Amazon has asked for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit to reexamine, en banc, a panel decision that said the online retail giant can be held liable under products liability laws for defective products sold by third-party vendors.

Amazon filed its request last week in Oberdorf v. Amazon requesting a fresh look at the case, saying the latest ruling in the case could have wide-ranging implications for online retailers in Pennsylvania.

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