California Products Liability Actions
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California Products Liability Actions gives you step-by-step guidance through every stage of the case--from pretrial preparation and jury selection through closing arguments.
Easily adaptable sample forms save valuable drafting time. In-depth coverage of every aspect of California products liability law for both plaintiff and defendant, including:
• Investigation of claims
• The role of experts
• The pleadings
• Proof of liability
• Defenses and damages
Areas of potential tort liability covered include:
• Manufacturing and design defects
• Failure to warn
• Violation of statutes and safety orders
• False advertising
• Breach of warranty Misrepresentation
The original authors are Joseph Cotchett and Robert Cartwright, highly respected practitioners in products liability litigation.
Currently updated by attorney author, Sally Aiello. Also updated by the publisher's editorial staff.
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