Stephanie Scharf, George Sax and Sarah Marmor Are Editors of Product Liability Litigation: Current Law, Strategies and Best Practices, 2nd Edition Published by the Practising Law Institute
Relying on their decades of experience in managing sophisticated product liability cases, Stephanie A. Scharf, George D. Sax and Sarah R. Marmor are the invited editors of Product Liability Litigation: Current Law, Strategies and Best Practices, 2ndEdition,which is to be released this week by the Practising Law Institute (PLI). This must-read edition includes a broad array of updated chapters, significant new content on cutting-edge product liability claims, and analyses of innovative 21st century products, such as autonomous vehicles, vaping devices, cannabis products, blockchain technology, and smart technology.
The Product Liability Litigation treatise covers trends in product claims and defenses, strategies for managing and resolving product litigation, and issues and tactics that can arise in different types of product cases. Chapters are written by lawyers who represent both plaintiff and defense perspectives.
The treatise is published by the Practising Law Institute, a nonprofit learning organization dedicated to keeping attorneys and other professionals at the forefront of knowledge and expertise. The organization provides the highest quality, accredited, continuing legal and professional education programs in a variety of formats which are delivered by more than 4,000 volunteer faculty including prominent lawyers, judges, investment bankers, accountants, corporate counsel, and U.S. and international government regulators.
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