Litigating a Failure to Warn Claim in Product Liability and Personal Injury Cases
During this presentation, Gerald Goldhaber discussed:
- Legal vs. practical definition of a warning
- When a warning is needed
- Legal requirements of a warning
- Process of creating/evaluating a warning
- Samples of effective warnings and wacky warnings
- Different perspectives on litigating a failure to warn claim
About The Presenter:
Dr. Gerald M. Goldhaber has been the nation’s leading safety warnings and communications expert for over 39 years. Dr. Goldhaber has been the subject of dozens of interviews by leading networks, newspapers, and magazines and has designed warnings for dozens of consumer and industrial products. He is also the instructor of the official digital course of warnings and safety communications for the National Association of Continuing Legal Education (NACLE). Dr. Goldhaber has testified and consulted for lawyers representing corporations or injured parties in over 1,000 lawsuits since 1978 and is currently CNN’s chief analyst for issues dealing with warnings or safety communications. His 11th book, to be published later this year is titled "MURDER, INCORPORATED: HOW UNREGULATED INDUSTRY KILLS OR INJURES THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS EVERY YEAR...AND WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT."
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