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Tom Taormina is a Certified Management Consultant and Certified Manager of Quality and Organizational Excellence. He has written 12 books on business management practices. His 11th book, Foreseeable Risk, was commissioned by Lawyers & Judges Publishing as a reference book for litigators and as a roadmap for risk avoidance by enlightened business leaders. Learn more at: www.tomtaormina.com.

Duty of Care and Standard of Care Revisited

Duty of Care and Standard of Care Revisited

In my files of memorable products liability cases, there is one that, as an expert witness, I often cite anecdotally as the most profound example of inappropriate standard of care by a defendant company. The plaintiff had purchased an inexpensive residential box fan. The brand name may be a familiar one, although the manufacturing facility […]

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