To prevail on a motion for summary judgment in a product-liability suit, a manufacturer, seller or distributor must prove that there are no genuine issues of material fact that the plaintiff's decedent was not exposed, either directly or as a result of secondhand exposure, to any of the defendant's products.
Girtman v. Ace Hardware Corp.
July 30, 2012
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