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William A. Ruskin: The Role Of The Heeding Presumption In Failure To Warn Litigation

By William A. Ruskin In many jurisdictions, a product liability plaintiff is not permitted to testify concerning what he or she would have done had there been an adequate warning on a product; such testimony is considered both self-serving and speculative. In the absence of such testimony, some states...