In 2016, the Connecticut Supreme Court issued a pair of opinions, Izzarelli and Bifolck, that changed the rules of the game for design defect product liability cases. In this Q&A, we answer questions practitioners in the field may have about these recent changes and how courts have applied these new opinions.

Question: What are the elements of a product liability claim based on a design defect?

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