Products Liability

Is Pennsylvania's Restatement Fight Finally Over?

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Is the battle over which Restatement of Torts governs products liability in Pennsylvania finally settled?

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  • Conflicts of Interest Undermine Restatement's Credibility

    As noted in an article recent published in the Iowa Law Review (Volume 98, Number 1), both the American Law Institute's weak conflict of interest policy and tobacco industry influence on the Reporters who developed the Restatement raise questions about the Restatement's authority and undermine its credibility.

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