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Product Liability Defence White Paper: Does Pre-Emption Exist In Canada?
U.S. manufacturers selling regulated products in Canada may be surprised to learn that compliance with the FDA and associated regulatory frameworks has not historically served as a defence to product liability claims.
Canada
15 Jan 2016
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Cause And Effect: The Evidentiary Threshold Required To Certify A Product Liability Class Action
The British Columbia Court of Appeal recently clarified the evidentiary threshold that plaintiffs must satisfy at the certification stage in the context of product liability class actions in Charlton v. Abbott Laboratories, Ltd.
Canada
18 Mar 2015
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B.C. Court Confirms Plaintiffs Must Provide Workable Causation Methodology To Certify Product Liability Class Proceedings
The British Columbia Court of Appeal clarified the evidentiary threshold plaintiffs must satisfy at the certification stage in the context of product liability class actions.
Canada
16 Mar 2015
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Made In Canada, But Sold South Of The Border: A Cautionary Tale For Supply Chain Participants
In Canada, liability for a defective product can attach to all participants in a supply chain to varying degrees, including retailers, suppliers, wholesalers, distributors, importers and manufacturers of the product.
Canada
9 Feb 2015
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New Product Liability Class Action Highlights Uncertainties In Class Proceedings
On April 15, 2013, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice certified a product liability class action in respect of pharmaceutical products manufactured by Bayer Inc.
Canada
3 May 2013
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