One of the most common assumptions about legal proceedings is that once the jury has a verdict the case is closed. However, this is not always so. As discussed in the November 2015 issue of Legal News, a jury verdict is not necessarily the end of a legal case, and may represent only the first […]
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A recent Appeals Court case affirms that in a Massachusetts Product Liability Case, as a general rule, the manufacturer of a non-defective component part has no duty to warn of risks posed by the assembled product that arise out of the addition of other components and the decisions made, and actions taken, by downstream actors, […]