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Larry Coben, AnapolWeiss Larry Coben, Anapol Weiss

In 2014, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued an opinion in the case of Tincher v. Omega Flex, 628 Pa. 296. Since then, the legal community has been abuzz over the literal changes that decision made to products liability law, as well as claims for changes in other related aspects of our law. One of the most confounding issues that the Tincher court touched upon but (with due respect) without any thoughtful analysis, is the underlying defense notion that a jury needs to be instructed that a product is defective only if it is also “unreasonably dangerous.”

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