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Sunday, October 9, 2011

1st Cir: Plaintiff's Verdict for Table Saw Without "Saw Stop" Upheld

At "Torts Today," George Conk (Fordham) is reporting that the First Circuit upheld a plaintiff's verdict in a case in which a table saw lacked instant braking "saw stop" technology.  The case is Osorio v. One World Technologies; Conk's post is here.

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