Tags » Products Liability

The PREP Act and the Revocation of an Emergency Use Authorization

In recent weeks, the FDA has revoked Emergency Use Authorizations (EUAs) for several products meant to combat COVID-19.  These include the June 15, 2020 revocation… 1,604 more words

Products Liability

Pet is not a "product" under CA products liability statute, Appeal Court Holds. Case should have been brought under CLRA, we believe.

A nine year old child purchases a rat from PetCo. The rat is infected with a bacterial infection, which is transmitted to the child. The child becomes sick and dies. 179 more words


Tort law in US climate litigation

Webinars can provide a high impact/low carbon footprint way of learning. The current pandemic makes them all the more useful. I will regularly feature a few that I attend, highlighting organizers who pack the most learning per hour for me. 863 more words

Climate Change Litigation

Seek Counsel or Wing It? When to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney

When a person becomes hurt or injured, whether by a defective product, a motor vehicle crash, etcetera, the decision to seek qualified counsel is rarely a simple one to make. 1,046 more words


Personal Injury Lawsuits

Personal injury claims – or tort lawsuits – arise whenever a plaintiff has suffered injury to their body or mind as opposed to damages relative to their property. 686 more words