A Warning About Failure To Warn

Law360 (May 4, 2009, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Anyone who thinks that product liability law has produced nothing but sensible changes in the way America does business need only buy a new car and read the owner's manual to know that it is time for a dose of common sense.

One who tries to find necessary, basic information has to wade through pages of written warnings and pictographs about such things as not leaving a child or pet unattended in the vehicle on a hot day or not driving the vehicle through deeply flooded streets or streams.

Every year these manuals get fatter and less useful. Why? Because they...

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