This weblog is more about procedural than substantive law, but today I want to highlight an article I found at the website of a new Madison County law firm, Byron, Gerber, Petri, & Kalb. The article, which is about a particular aspect of products liability, is titled "Winning When the Product Broke." It's written by John T. Walsh and Christopher J. Petri, and it discusses "broken-product cases" from a defense perspective.
It's a comprehensive article that I want to bookmark here for the next time I encounter a broken-product case. The article's main point? A product isn't necessarily defective just because it breaks.