The Role of Misuse in Consumer Product Safety
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September 24, 2020
Illinois Defense Counsel
The role of product misuse, or consumer use in ways not intended or sanctioned by a manufacturer, has different significance when considered for regulation or the common law model. What role does misuse play in federal consumer product safety regulation? Are there limitations, and what can manufacturers do to mitigate product liability and regulatory exposure?
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