Indiana Court of Appeals Examines Strict Liability in Byproduct of Steelmaking Process

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This week's discussion focuses on the concept of strict liability for unreasonably dangerous activities as seen through the Indiana Court of Appeals case Fechtman v.s U.S. Steel Corp. that held the dumping of carbon monoxide as a byproduct of steelmaking is not an unreasonably dangerous activity for the purposes of strict liability.

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