Best Practices For Effective Corporate Crisis Management: A Breakdown Of Crisis Stages Through The Utilization Of Case Studies,
California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
Best Practices For Effective Corporate Crisis Management: A Breakdown Of Crisis Stages Through The Utilization Of Case Studies, Katelyn Smith
In the most recent decade, there has been a shortage of effectively managed corporate crises. This study is meant to discover the reasons behind the ineffective crisis management responses through the inspection of past corporate case studies in crisis management, as well as what can be done to help corporations use crisis management more effectively. The best practices in effective corporate crisis management in the three different stages of a crisis were attained through the utilization of case studies and expert opinions. The recommendations for practice include making pre-planning and evaluation regarded as more important in crisis management plans, choosing ...
Products Liability - Restatement (Second) Of Torts - Section 402a - Uncertain Standards Of Responsibility In Design Defect Cases - After Azzarello, Will Manufacturers Be Absolutely Liable In Pennsylvania,
Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law
Products Liability - Restatement (Second) Of Torts - Section 402a - Uncertain Standards Of Responsibility In Design Defect Cases - After Azzarello, Will Manufacturers Be Absolutely Liable In Pennsylvania, Robert F. Harchut
Villanova Law Review
No abstract provided.
University of South Carolina - Columbia
Manufacturing Defects, David G. Owen
No abstract provided.
Understanding And Mitigating The Negative Impacts Of Product Recalls In The Global Supply Chain,
Understanding And Mitigating The Negative Impacts Of Product Recalls In The Global Supply Chain, Emily Carow
Honors Projects in Management
Product recalls can be detrimental to any company; the event can be costly and often causes a loss of company reputation, customer trust and loyalty, and sometimes a loss of customer lives. With the number of product recalls on the rise, the issue has become of utmost importance, and although government agencies are set in place to protect the customers, there is no such agency to act in the best interest of the company experiencing the recall (Sowinski, 2012). Therefore, understanding best practices for the prevention of, reaction to, and recovery from product recalls can be extremely beneficial to a ...
Donoghue V. Stevenson's 60th Anniversary,
Golden Gate University School of Law
Donoghue V. Stevenson's 60th Anniversary, Franco Ferrari
Annual Survey of International & Comparative Law
No abstract provided.
Manufacturer's Liability For Defective Product Designs: The Triumph Of Risk-Utility,
Brooklyn Law School
Manufacturer's Liability For Defective Product Designs: The Triumph Of Risk-Utility, Aaron Twerski, James A. Henderson Jr.
Cornell Law Faculty Publications
No abstract provided.
Legal And Social Implications Of The 3d Printing Revolution,
Claremont McKenna College
Legal And Social Implications Of The 3d Printing Revolution, Alexander J. Mendoza
CMC Senior Theses
Emerging 3D printing technologies bring with it the potential to transform everyday consumers into manufacturers of every product imaginable. However, this impending wave of newfound technological capability is bound to crash against our present conventional system of laws and regulations. In this paper, the strengths and weaknesses of our current intellectual property framework are examined, and its ability to tackle the future 3D printing market is assessed. Particular attention is paid to our modern formation of copyright and patent law, including an analysis of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), the Repair-Reconstruction Doctrine and other substantial legal protocol. The ...
Generic Product Risks: The Case Against Comment K And For Strict Tort Liability,
Georgetown University Law Center
Generic Product Risks: The Case Against Comment K And For Strict Tort Liability, Joseph A. Page
Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works
The author considers whether strict liability should be imposed for injuries caused by products that pose generic risks--risks that do not derive from flaws in the manufacturing process but from product design or from the very nature of the product. He reviews the American Law Institute (ALI) debate that preceded adoption of section 402A of the Restatement (Second) of Torts and finds the ambiguous meaning of comment k, which deals with "unavoidably unsafe" products, of little use in determining whether section 402A applies to generic product risks. After examining the policy justifications for imposing strict liability in cases involving design ...
The Wide World Of Torts: Reviewing Franklin & Rabin's Tort Law And Alternatives,
Seattle University School of Law
The Wide World Of Torts: Reviewing Franklin & Rabin's Tort Law And Alternatives, Bernard W. Bell
Seattle University Law Review
In several respects, Franklin and Rabin's casebook provides a wonderful and effective vehicle for teaching torts, particularly to first-year students. The book develops important overarching themes while effectively presenting a wide variety of specific tort doctrines. The book also offers professors opportunities to sharpen students' legal abilities. In Part I of this review, I will discuss the first case in Franklin and Rabin's book and explain its usefulness in introducing several themes that both are critical to understanding tort law and assume a prominent place throughout the casebook. In Part II, I will focus on Franklin and Rabin ...
Drug Advertising Claims: Preemption's New Frontier,
NYU School of Law
Drug Advertising Claims: Preemption's New Frontier, Catherine M. Sharkey
New York University Law and Economics Working Papers
To date, the U.S. Supreme Court's focus has been on preemption of traditional tort claims impugning the safety of medical devices and drugs either through design defect or failure-to-warn claims. Even if the Court forecloses such tort claims, in whole or in part, most likely the nascent, but ever-expanding, realm of related consumer fraud claims arising from prescription drug advertising will emerge unscathed.
The historical model for an end run around preemption of failure-to-warn claims is provided by the watershed case Cipollone v. Liggett Group, which forged a distinction between health and safety specific failure-to-warn claims-which were expressly ...