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NHTSA finalizes ‘historic’ rule to modernize driverless vehicle safety standards
According to the agency, the final rule removes "unnecessary barriers" to motor vehicles equipped with automated driving systems.
Insufficient evidence for jury to consider whether failure of seat latches caused child’s ejection from minivan
The dissenting judges believed that the case for design defect and failure to warn should have been considered by a jury.
Fire, shock hazards lead to Belkin recall of portable wireless charger and stand
The company will provide consumers with instructions on how to safely dispose of the recalled product.
Homeowner flooding claim to go to jury on defective design of water pressure valve
The case boiled down to whether the jury would believe the homeowner’s experts that the valve was defectively designed or the manufacturer’s experts that the homeowner caused the flooding.
Product liability claims involving Zantac® are preempted by federal law
Claims based on a failure to make changes to the FDA-approved design that the pharmaceutical companies could not lawfully have made were dismissed with prejudice.