Failure to warn remains a doctine in distress. More than two decades ago, the authors published an article identifying a number of problems with failure-to-warn doctrine in products liability law . . .. Read more about this in our newsletter . . .
India Centre to Amend Consumer Protection Act The Centre has decided to amend the Consumer Protection Act to strengthen the three tier grievance redressal system stipulated under it, and include e-commerce, product liability, misleading advertisements within it's purview . . . Read more about this in our newsletter . . .
The ABCs of a Product Recall
Having a product that is regulated by the Food & Drug Administration recalled can have devastating consequences. When the situation is not managed properly, in addition to harming the public . . . Read more about this in our newsletter . . .
Australian Product Liability Trends: Class Actions and Litigation Funding
The Australian Federal class action regime is one of the world's most liberal and plaintiff friendly. As a consequence of this, and our active litigation . . . Read more about this in our newsletter . . . Manufacturers Corner: The Importance of Notice Provisions An easy overlooked portion of a contract.for the sale of goods is the one that addresses what notice the buyer must give the seller in the event the goods do not conform to the contract specifications . . . Read more about this in our newsletter . . .
Recent Changes to the Toys and Children's Product Safety Ordinance in Hong Kong
The Toys and Children's Product Safety Ordinance was amended on July 1, 2014 to expand the scope of children's products covered by the Ordinance and impose additional safety requirements in relation to the use of phthalates in toys and children's products. Read more about this in our newsletter . . .
The 11th Annual IPSLP Product Safety & Liability Prevention Conference