Proposed Federal Product Liability Laws to Impair Rights, Says Aba
Carter, Kim, THE JOURNAL RECORD
Spokesmen for the American Bar Association has told Congress that proposed federal products liability legislation would seriously impair the rights of those who have been injured and the consuming public generally.
The legislation, they said, would introduce great uncertainty and confusion into a judicial system that, with rare exception, has been working on the state level in a sound and rational way.
Testifying before the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on the Consumer were Keith Davidson, chairman-elect of the ABA tort and insurance practice sections and Marshall Shapo, professor of law at Northwestern University Law School and reporter for the ABA's five year study …
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