§ 36. Complaint in federal court—Diversity of citizenship—By consumer—For damages resulting from consumption of lettuce contaminated with E. coli—Against manufacturer, distributor, and seller of foods containing lettuce—Strict liability—Breach of warranty—Negligence | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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§ 36. Complaint in federal court—Diversity of citizenship—By consumer—For damages resulting from consumption of lettuce contaminated with E. coli—Against manufacturer, distributor, and seller of foods containing lettuce—Strict liability—Breach of warranty—Negligence
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