Products Liability

Superior Court Fine-Tunes 'Tincher' in Upholding Defense Verdict

, The Legal Intelligencer

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A Pennsylvania Superior Court panel has upheld a defense verdict in one of the first products liability cases to be appealed in the wake of the game-changing Tincher v. Omega Flex decision that recalibrated products liability in Pennsylvania.

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