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  • PRODUCT LIABILITY: Uniformity or Calamity? Admitting Customs Evidence in Products Liability
    The decision by the California Supreme Court to grant review of Kim. V. Toyota Motor Corp. (2016) Cal.App.4th 1366 (" Kim ") may have a resounding impact on the admissibility of evidence in strict liability cases here in California. Prior to Kim , a split ...
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  • CONSTRUCTION LAW: Appellate Decision Has Far Reaching Implications for Construction Industry
    Subcontractors who supply and incorporate defective products into construction now may be held strictly liable for such conduct according to the Second Appellate District. The holding in the Hernandezcueva case stands a departure from establish precedent ...
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