PBS’s FRONTLINE recently covered Amazon v. Bolger, the landmark case in which a San Diego Appeals Court ruled that the retail giant can be held liable for defective products sold on its virtual marketplace. CaseyGerry represented the plaintiff Angela Bolger.
“I think it does definitely set a precedent around the country that courts are willing to hold Amazon liable,” Jeremy Robinson, the CaseyGerry partner who argued the case, told FRONTLINE. “It is, hopefully, a shifting of the tide from when Amazon could march into court and win these cases every time.”
Robinson was assisted on the appeal by CaseyGerry partner Thomas Luneau and associate Jillian Hayes.
By: Shantal Riley