This issue of our Perspectives newsletter highlights three interesting and important issues:
• Product Recalls and Expectation Bias discusses the phenomenon when recalled products become the focus of a fire investigation before a thorough origin and cause investigation is properly conducted;
• “Malfunction Theory” of Products Liability considers the recent appeal of a CT Supreme Court case in which the plaintiff’s evidence was insufficient to establish its claim under the “malfunction theory;” and
• Meaning of “Collapse” in Property Insurance examines the elusive nature of the term “collapse” due to ambiguities in policy language and differences in interpretation.
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