Fox Sports reports that asbestos law firms at the asbestos law offices of Arnold & Adler and Arnold &s; Foam have helped with asbestos in pipes for the last few decades.
“The firm has been an active participant in asbestos regulatory efforts in the U.S.,” Arnold &ing; Foams said in a statement to Fox.
“It is our policy to refrain from discussing asbestos litigation with the public.”
The asbestos law practice was formed in the 1950s by former U.K. Prime Minister Arthur Arnold and his son, James Arnold.
Arnold <amp; Foamp was founded in 1973 by Arnold, who also served as the head of the British Government.
Asbestos has been identified as a problem in Britain, and the government has spent billions of pounds on a campaign to fight the disease.
As a result, the government is seeking to get more people to wear masks and clean up the area around their homes and workplaces.
The company said that asbestos was not a health concern.
The firm also has a longstanding relationship with the U,S.
government, including work on the U-2 spy plane that was destroyed in a crash in 1973, and its asbestos-testing equipment, which it helped to develop.