Product Liability Claims: What Does the Future Hold – Part I The Future is Now:   More of the Same As the old French proverb goes, “The more things change, the more they stay the same.”  Products liability is, and will likely always be, premised on three basic tenets: 1. Design.   Things break because they are…

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Product Liability Claims: What Does The Future Hold? – Part II In case you missed last week’s Product Liability Claims’s: What Does The Future Hold?, you can check it out here. The Immediate Future Available studies and current trends point to a number of fairly new or newly-modified technologies that will spawn products liability claims.  …

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GTLA Press Release Media Contact: Chris Kelleher Melton v. General Motors Cited as Prime Example of the Link Between the Civil Justice System and the Safety of Georgian Atlanta, GA – The Georgia General Assembly is currently considering a measure – House Bill 643 – that would severely limit the discovery process in all civil…

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NHTSA’s Revolving Door: It’s About Feathering Your Nest, Not Safety Today is David Strickland’s last day as head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (“NHTSA”), the federal agency charged with regulating the automotive industry.   Part of NHTSA’s regulatory function is to investigate alleged automotive defects, and to create new and better safety standards for…

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