‘SOPHISTICATED PURCHASER’ DEFENSE DOES NOT RELIEVE MANUFACTURERS OF DUTY TO WARN Laico v. Atlantic Richfield Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

‘SOPHISTICATED PURCHASER’ DEFENSE DOES NOT RELIEVE MANUFACTURERS OF DUTY TO WARN Laico v. Atlantic Richfield Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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17 No. 7 Andrews Tobacco Indus. Litig. Rep. 9
Andrews Tobacco Industry Litigation Reporter
January 11, 2002
Toxic Exposure (Sophisticated Purchaser):
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‘SOPHISTICATED PURCHASER’ DEFENSE DOES NOT RELIEVE MANUFACTURERS OF DUTY TO WARN

Laico v. Atlantic Richfield Co.

A California appeals court has ruled that a manufacturer has a duty to warn of reasonably known dangers even if an employer is a sophisticated purchaser. The case involved a fuel technician who claimed that his exposure to petroleum-based products...
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