PLAC member, Jim Rotondo and his colleagues at Day Pitney recently published an article in Bloomberg Law Product Liability Section entitled “INSIGHT: Amazon Tests Boundaries Of What It Means to Be a Product Seller” The article examines the examined the recent court rulings finding that Amazon has no responsibility in its role as a marketplace provider for product liability claims. For a copy of the article click here.
PLAC member Lori Cohen from Greenberg Traurig was recently featured in Medical Design and Outsourcing Magazine.
PLAC Member, Steve Kramer from Eckert Seamans provided Expert Analysis article for LAW360. His article was entitled “Product Liability For Online Marketplaces And Car-Sharing.“
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Plaintiffs allege that a complex prescription medical device —used for robotic prostate surgery —had "defective" warnings. During litigation in the State of Washington, plaintiff claimed that strict liability should have been charged. Both the trial court and the unanimous Court of Appeals rejected this argument. An appeal was filed where plaintiff's assertion of strict liability in a warning case involving a prescription medical product challenges decades of Washington precedent. PLAC filed an amicus curiae brief on behalf of the defendant.
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November 29th: PLAC Complimentary Webinar: A Discussion with Acting Commissioner Buerkle of the CPSC and her staff. Click here to register.
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