Fire Alarm Claims Led To Explosion Damages, 3rd Circ. Told
Law360 (January 8, 2019, 8:31 PM EST) -- A New Jersey-based chemical company on Tuesday urged the Third Circuit to undo a finding that its consumer fraud claims against two fire suppression system makers actually fell under product liability law, arguing the $5 million in damages it incurred from an explosion stemmed from the companies' false claims about the effectiveness of a fire alarm.
Sun Chemical Corp. filed New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act claims, and not claims under the state’s Product Liability Act, against Fike Corp. and Suppression Systems Inc. because they allegedly misrepresented the effectiveness of their alarm, a Sun Chemical attorney told a three-judge panel sitting in...
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