What is the Relationship Between Strict Liability and Product Liability?
What is the Relationship Between Strict Liability and Product Liability? Strict liability is when a defendant is liable for their actions despite their intent. Normally, you must have done something wrong or failed to perform an obligation in order to face liability. If strict liability applies, however, you can bear liability even without fault. Most… read moreRead More
What is a Bellwether Trial?
Have you seen the commercials looking for people who were injured or made ill by a product or medication? Those commercials could be linked to a bellwether trial, a test trial used to see how a sample jury might view the evidence in a specific type of case, usually mass torts or multidistrict litigation. What… read moreRead More
Manufacturers of Generic Drugs Off the Hook in Zantac MDL
Plaintiffs in the Zantac multi-district litigation (MDL) received a blow when a judge for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida ruled in favor of the generic defendants in the case. The judge granted a Motion to Dismiss filed by the generic defendants. The result is that the generic defendants are… read moreRead More