A federal court in Minnesota, relying on state product-liability law, has determined that the mother of a 4-year-old girl, seriously burned when her dress caught fire from an unattended votive candle, may bring strict-liability claims against the company that designed and sold the dress even though the fabric complied with federal flammability standards. J.D.O. v. The Gymboree Corp., No. 12-71 (U.S. Dist. Ct. D. Minn., order entered November 27, 2013).