Re: Please cease using the ACOEM Mold Statement as a litigation defense weapon. It has been retired from “current accepted science”.
Dear Mr. Silvera and Dr. Rosen,
It has been brought to my attention that in a Texas workcomp case decided in 2015, the ACOEM Mold Statement was used by the Silvera Firm in an expert defense witness report by Dr. Rosen. It was presented to the court as alleged scientific evidence to deny an employer’s liability for worker injuries caused by a water damaged work environment.
This letter is to assure that neither of you use it again as a weapon against injured workers. ACOEM retired their mold position statement in early 2015. It is no longer being promoted by the occupational medical trade association as current accepted science by esteemed colleagues of medicine. 
Mr. Silvera, your law firm is cited in the blog as the example of how the ACOEM and related medical associations’ mold position statements have been used in discriminatory insurer fraud by scientific fraud upon the court in workcomp cases across the U.S. See section V, pages 14 and 15 in the blog post.