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February 8, 2019

Post-Sale Duty to Warn: The Most Expansive Theory in Product Liability

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"In a significant number of jurisdictions in the United States, manufacturing, designing, and selling safe products does not totally satisfy a product manufacturer’s legal duties. United States courts, starting in 1959, have held that manufacturers have a duty to warn product users when they learn of risks in their products after sale, even if the product was not defective when it was sold.”

Click here to download Kenneth Ross’ article published in the January 2019 Defense Research Institute (DRI) magazine, For The Defense.


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