Litigating the Failure to Warn Claim: Theory, History, Codes and Standards and Research Findings

SKU: LIT3100

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Warning labels have begun to resemble manuals, mentioning every possible hazard and misuse for a product from the likely to the absurd. This CLE course will present an in-depth review of warnings as they’ve evolved from aural and visual signs (Stop, Look and Listen) to government mandated warnings for consumer products such as cigarettes to today’s tendency to provide warnings for every conceivable hazard imaginable.

The course will explain these warnings within the context of personal injury and product liability litigation and review major codes, standards, and regulations as well as the various government and trade organizations dictating these codes. Case law, warning requirements, published findings and their place in failure to warn claims will be explained. The course will conclude with a review of major court ruling which impact a warning’s expert.

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