Cross-Fertilization

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With our focus on prescription drug and medical device product liability litigation, we sometimes overlook developments that occur outside the boundaries of our own little sandbox. While that’s necessary to restrict the blog’s scope to something manageable, nonetheless it’s somewhat artificial. Drug and device law doesn’t exist in some kind of vacuum, cut off from the rest of tort law. What we do here sometimes affects other types of cases, and what goes on in other types of cases certainly can have significant impact on our clients.

One of the other things that Bexis does around here to make himself useful is to prepare monthly memoranda that summarize newly decided cases involving Pennsylvania tort and product liability law generally (he's a glutton for punishment). In that capacity, he came across Pennsylvania Trust Co. v. Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc., 2011 WL 3740472 (E.D. Pa. Aug. 25, 2011), which on its face has nothing to do with prescription drugs or devices. Instead, it has to do with injury allegedly suffered from a child car seat.

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