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Ninth Circuit Confirms That Winning Early Summary Judgment May Be the Ultimate Preemptive Tactic for Beating Class Certification

USA - June 26 2020 The Ninth Circuit has confirmed that a lack of summary judgment evidence linking a product to concrete injury may properly halt a would-be class…

Kaitlyn E. Stone.

Whether Asbestos-Containing Components Were Manufactured by Third Parties No Longer Matters in New Jersey

USA - June 12 2020 Aligning with neighboring New York, and clearing up conflict within the Appellate Division, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled equipment manufacturers…

Abigail M. Luhn, Daniel B. Carroll.

Do State Executive and Emergency Orders Offer Any Product Liability Protection Amidst the COVID-19 Outbreak?

USA - May 14 2020 As companies continue to produce, modify, and/or distribute essential medical equipment and supplies to support efforts to fight the COVID-19…

Bryan D. Pasciak, Chanda A. Miller, Kaitlyn E. Stone, Tess M. Godhardt.

Do State Good Samaritan Laws Offer Any Product Liability Protection?

USA - April 21 2020 As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to strain the manpower and protective tools necessary to combat the spread of infectious disease, many companies…

Kaitlyn E. Stone, Tess M. Godhardt.

Biotin Supplement Suit Dismissed on Preemption Grounds

USA - September 11 2019 A California federal judge tossed a proposed class action against allegedly “worthless” biotin dietary supplements on preemption grounds earlier this…

Kaitlyn E. Stone.