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"Abnormal Use" is a great products liability blog "dedicated to the discussion of federal and state products liability litigation." Its authors are the attorneys at Gallivan, White & Boyd, P.A.
The blog provides tips for product liability attorneys, attorneys in general, and updates on relevant issues in product liability litigation. As an ABA Blawg 100 Blog, "Abnormal Use" is a great stop for practicing attorneys to stay current on the law.
This government website makes it easy to find the most recent recalls as it is a search database which brings together information from the Consumer Products Safety Commission, the FDA, the USDA, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, the EPA, and the United States Coast Guard.
Users can search for the most recent recalls or for recalls in general.
This database provides an easy way to stay up-to-date on products where there have recalls and products which are likely defective.
Westlaw contains a page titled "Practitioner Insights for Product Liability." This page contains (a) links to analysis of recent product liability verdicts and settlements, (b) links to trending companies in product liability litigation with the most recent posts regarding their cases, and (c) featured legal filings which can show attorneys some of the recent and interesting claims which have been made.
Frequent viewing of this page by practitioners would help them to remain up-to-date on product liability litigation.
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