Analysis of Graves v. CAS Medical Systems & Its Implications for South Carolina Products Liability Law


Last week I did a case brief of the South Carolina Supreme Court's decision in Graves v. CAS Medical Systems, Inc. (see the brief here and the full decision here). This case deserves more blog time because it has some significance to trends in South Carolina's products liability law. There is also some language I do not care for very much, but this is just my personal opinion. Set forth below are observations of Graves in order of their significance (to this blogger).

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