In Pennsylvania, as in many jurisdictions, product liability law is one of the more disputed and muddled areas of law. This handbook provides an authoritative and comprehensive review of Pennsylvania products liability law. This area of law has undergone dramatic changes in recent years with the federal and state courts in Pennsylvania split between the application of the Second and Third Restatements. This book addresses the implications of this important issue and provides thorough analysis of all the issues from the point of view of a trial attorney who practices in this increasingly complex area. History of Products Liability Law The Rise and Fall of The Second Restatement Of Torts The Rise of Restatement (Third) Of Torts The Restatements in Practice Strict Liability Concepts Breach of Warranty Negligence Manufacturing and Design Defects Warning Defects Damages Punitive Damages Indemnity, Contribution and Apportionment Damages Jurisdiction, Venue and Related Principles Discovery Process Evidence in Products Liability Litigation Expert Evidence and Products Liability Automotive Product Liability Law Federal Preemption and Products Liability Litigation Food, Drugs and Medical Devices Recalls
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