Editor’s note: This is the third part in a series on the unsettled state of products liability law.

Very little has changed in the products liability landscape since November 2014, when the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued its decision in Tincher v. Omega Flex and largely reset the practice area. The Superior Court has issued one nonprecedential opinion interpreting portions of Tincher, and the high court has agreed to hear argument in one post-Tincher case. Otherwise, the “considerable confusion” that a Clarion County judge lamented in an October 2015 decision has remained constant.

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