On March 26, 2015, Edward DeVries obtained summary judgment on behalf of a Florida business in state court in Indiana. In this case, the Plaintiffs allegedly sustained personal injuries and property damage when their personal residence located in Hammond, IN caught fire. Plaintiffs’ claim that the fire was caused by an electric can opener designed, manufactured, and/or sold by our client. In their Second Amended Complaint at Law, Plaintiffs raised a single products liability count including allegations of negligence, strict liability, and breach of express and implied warranties against our client for the design, manufacture, and/or sale of an allegedly defective can opener.
Bradley Nahrstadt and William Kelly had their article entitled "Conflict of Interest Considerations" published in The Practical Lawyer magazine for the April 2015 edition.
Bradley Nahrstadt and Ryan Kelly had their article entitled "Five Important Considerations for Maximizing the Examination Under Oath" published in The Primerus Paradigm magazine for the 2015 Spring issue.