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Product Liability


Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP's attorneys have a long history of regional and national involvement in a wide variety of product liability litigation matters. We represent a broad cross section of U.S.-based and international businesses in cases alleging manufacturing or design defects, as well as claims involving negligence, inadequate warnings, breach of warranty, and consumer protection statutes asserted by individual litigants and in national and regional class action proceedings.

“Robust group with broad-ranging litigation experience, providing counsel on contentious matters including IP, antitrust, product liability and securities.” – Chambers and Partners, 2016.

Experienced in the coordination and handling of complex litigation, including cases involving protracted discovery and voluminous documents, we draw on our breadth and depth of legal resources to help our clients achieve their business goals. We work as a team with our clients to ensure that they have input into the day-to-day decisions of the defense, including strategy, settlement and potential claims against others for indemnity, contribution and apportionment of fault.

Our attorneys regularly counsel our clients on a range of product liability issues, including assistance with developing product safety and operations manuals, instructions and warnings which anticipate hazards, as well as post-sale product improvements, and contract and warranty provisions which attempt to limit product liability claims and exposure.

Risk Management

We work closely with our clients to understand their business and to help them reduce litigation risks. We help our clients develop procedures and policies which are compatible with both the company's operations and the risk management requirements of its insurers.

We also provide proactive counsel to our clients through review of their products and product literature to help ensure that safety instructions and warnings are legally adequate and effectively provided. We also advise clients on the content of manuals, instructions and labels to assure their adequacy from a legal standpoint.


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