Developments in New York products liability law

In this article, we present a summary of significant products liability cases from October 1, 2015, to September 30, 2016. Our article covers a range of developments concerning failure to warn claims, the exercise of personal jurisdiction, federal preemption, expert testimony as to causation, the learned intermediary doctrine, and class actions.

The article was written by Thomas E. Riley, Conor Doyle and Defne Gunay from Herbert Smith Freehills' New York Office, in collaboration with Carlton Fields and was first published in Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal, Winter 2017 (52:2).

Thomas Riley
Thomas Riley
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Conor Doyle
Conor Doyle
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Defne Gunay
Defne Gunay
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