Sherwin-Williams Not Liable In $6M Fire Suit, Panel Says

Law360, Philadelphia (November 26, 2013, 1:47 PM EST) -- The Pennsylvania Superior Court on Monday affirmed a jury verdict rejecting allegations that defective products from Sherwin-Williams Co. spontaneously combusted and caused damages worth $6 million at a Lackawanna County shopping center in 2004.

The three-judge panel dismissed a range of issues in the appeal by Custom Designs and Manufacturing Inc., its insurer Atlantic States Insurance Co. and the owners of the property, including a contention that the Lackawanna County trial judge erred when he refused to give the jury instructions on the malfunction theory of...
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