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Products Liability for the General Practitioner

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Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 1981-2020
Service #: 13975076
Sub #: 13975079
Pages: 1384
Shelf Space: 4 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Cumulative supplement

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Products Liability for the General Practitioner

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Products Liability for the General Practitioner delves deeply into every cause of action available in products liability claims. It outlines the history, development, and current interpretations of crucial concepts like privity, negligence, warranty, and strict liability. It also:

    • Provides a checklist for pleadings for plaintiffs and defendants

    • Dissects the liability implications of state and federal statutes and regulations

    • Advises on the feasibility of instigating class-action suits under various liability circumstances

    • Gives special attention to central consumer- and product-related laws, including the Uniform Commercial Code, the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, the proposed Model Product Liability Act, the Motor Vehicle Traffic Safety Act, and others

    • Discusses modern concepts of federal preemption, "defect" under the Restatement, "apparent manufacturer," government contract and seat belt defenses, and liability of employers

    • Cites more than 3,500 cases

    • Provides a checklist for pleadings for both plaintiffs and defendants