Many lawyers agree it’s nearly impossible for U.S. plaintiffs to recover damages from Chinese companies.

San Francisco’s William Audet isn’t letting that popular view slow him down. The plaintiffs attorney, known for involvement in class actions over heart defibrillators and Vioxx, is gearing up to sue Chinese businesses linked to the defective goods that have recently made headlines.

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