“Like many reckless corporate actors before them, they were confronted with a regulation that they didn’t want to comply with, which was the 1972 OSHA Asbestos Regulation,” counsel for the plaintiffs, Sam Iola, said. “Instead of trying to comply with it and put warnings on their products, they decided they were going to lie about it, and deny the very idea that there was asbestos in this product to begin with.”