University of Baltimore Law Review


The author discusses and compares the various theories of recovery available in a product liability case. He concludes that merger of the various theories into a single basic product cause of action might be procedurally beneficial. Various defenses available in product litigation, as well as procedures for invoking indemnity and contribution, are also discussed.

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