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CPSC Recommends Exemption from Confidentiality Agreements to Permit Disclosure of Product Defects
Dec 13, 2016 Manufacturers that are forced to settle claims brought by those injured or killed by their defective products have a strong incentive to keep these settlements secret. They will typically demand that the injured plaintiff or her lawyers execute a “Confidentiality Agreement” as a condition of ... Tags: product Add Comment
General Motors Belatedly Recalls 2.19 Million Vehicles Due to Deadly Air Bag Defect
Unexcusable Delay In GM's Recall Costs Lives

Apr 01, 2014 General Motors Belatedly Recalls 2.19 Million Vehicles Due to Deadly Air Bag Defect Congress has opened an investigation to determine why General Motors waited more than seven years to issue a recall of over two million vehicles it sold in the United States.* The recalls cover 2,191,146 ... Tags: product Add Comment
NJ Bill Would Free Remote Texters From Auto Crash Liability
NJ Law Maker Seeks to Protect Remote Texters

Sep 09, 2013 A New Jersey law maker is already proposing legislation designed to protect remote texters from liability. Is a person's right to text so sacred, that it takes precedence over the lives and safety others who might be affected? Virginia courts and legislators have not yet addressed this issue, but ... Tags: accident, car, death, liability, litigation, motorcycle, product Add Comment
Riddell Responsible for 3.1 Million in Damages to Former Highschool Football Player
Football Helmet Manufacturer Liable for Inadequate Warning

Sep 06, 2013 As a former football player, and the father of a young boy who dreams of "grid-iron" glory, the stories of lives ruined and lost to Traumatic Brain Injury continue to alarm me. The article below appeared in the NY times last April (2013). It concerns a successful personal injury suit brought ... Tags: litigation, product Add Comment
NFL set to pay more than $750M to settle lawsuits
NFL Players' TBI Suit Settles

Aug 30, 2013 The NFL has agreed to pay more than $750 million to settle a lawsuit filed on behalf of current and former NFL Players over concussions. The settlement does not include the helmet manufacturers. What liability might they have for negligent design or inadequate warnings? See article below: ... Tags: litigation, product Add Comment
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