Speaker, “If Only I Had Been Told,” A Failure to Warn Discussion: Attacking Causation as a Matter of Law, the Uncertainty Principle and the Benign Experience Principle – ASCDC Product Liability Warnings Webinar

In order to prevail in a failure-to-warn case, a plaintiff must prove that an inadequate or missing warning was a substantial factor in causing the plaintiff’s injuries. In other words, had there been an adequate warning, plaintiff would have altered his or her conduct. This webinar focuses on the legal and factual ways to attack a plaintiff’s warning claim.

June 17, 2014