In his Complex Litigation column, Michael Hoenig, a member of Herzfeld & Rubin, reviews recent cases involving whether the sale of an airplane imposed a tort duty to train the user regarding risky conditions, how much of a claimant's medical records must be produced in a personal injury action, and the potential for punitive damages claims for what otherwise may have been an accident caused by mere driver negligence if the employee driving had ever received an anonymous complaint or had violations on his license.
No Product-Training Duty; Punitive Damages; Medical Records
New York Law Journal
August 13, 2012
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