Innovator Liability: S.B. 80 (2015)
Effectively overturns the Alabama Supreme Court’s decision in Wyeth v.
Effectively overturns the Alabama Supreme Court’s decision in Wyeth v. Weeks and provides that a manufacturer is not liable, under any theory, for damages resulting from a product not designed, manufactured, sold or leased by the manufacturer. It also states that if a manufacturer’s design is copied without express authorization, the manufacturer is not subject to liability for any injury, death or property damage caused by the manufacturer’s product even if the use of the design is foreseeable.
This op-ed was originally published by the Washington Examiner. When the National Association of Attorneys General was founded in 1907, its goal was to support the top law enforcement officer […]
New study shows Roundup, talc and paraquat top ad targets in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Sacramento
The National Association of Attorneys General sits on $280M in assets
This op-ed was originally published by Real Clear Policy. Historically, courts have respected the view that filing for bankruptcy is a well-recognized way for a business to respond when the […]