Case Study: Goodner V. Hyundai

Law360, New York (September 8, 2011, 1:38 PM EDT) -- As a well-plowed area of law, products liability jurisprudence tends to be a fairly placid sea. Notable cases are those that fill the interstices to the established legal principles that have evolved from recurring fact patterns. Manufacturers, and the lawyers advising them, pay attention to these cases, especially on the appellate levels, to discern evolutionary trends that might affect the designs and warnings for their products. As a trial lawyer handling complex cases, including products litigation matters, and as the recently appointed co-chairman of the American...
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