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Amazon Faces Latest Liability Test In Lone Star State

March 25, 2021 Ecommerce,News Articles

Will the state of Texas find Amazon liable?  Law360 explores recent developments in ecommerce liability and discusses the impact of McMillan v. with CaseyGerry attorney Jeremy Robinson.

“Ultimately, it comes down to who should bear the responsibility if you can’t find who the seller or the manufacturer is: the person who got hurt or Amazon,” Robinson said.

Amazon’s Latest Strategy to Avoid Product Liability Claims

September 25, 2020 News Articles

Amazon recently disavowed responsibility for defective products sold on its site by other retailers, filing a petition asking the California Supreme Court to review an intermediate state appellate ruling in Bolger v.

Appeals Court: Amazon Was “Pivotal” In Sale of Exploding Battery

August 28, 2020 News Articles

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.

California Court Rules Amazon Liable for Defective Products

August 14, 2020 News Articles

USA Today covers this precedent setting case, in which a San Diego Appeals Court ruled that Amazon  can be held liable for defective products sold on its virtual marketplace. CaseyGerry represented the plaintiff Angela Bolger.

Olympic Hopeful Files Suit After Training Incident

August 3, 2020 News Articles

CaseyGerry partner Robert J. Francavilla recently spoke with NBC 7 about a lawsuit the firm filed on behalf of elite athlete and former wrestling US National Team member Richard Perry.

Perry was at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton for a National Team training camp, when he suffered a catastrophic head injury after being placed into a military weapons training.

New Pro Bono Program Emerges Amid COVID-19 Crisis

July 24, 2020 News Articles

Following COVID-19 related shelter in place mandates, the San Diego Superior Court completely closed for all civil matters, resulting in a backlog of over 8,000 missed hearings and dozens of trials.

Families of Miramar-based Marines killed in Helicopter Crash Sue Aircraft Parts Maker

April 10, 2020 News Articles

SAN DIEGO — The families of the four Miramar-based Marine helicopter crew members killed in training crash two years ago have sued the makers and suppliers of the aircraft parts, an attorney representing some of them announced Thursday.

“It feels like robbery.” Some businesses refuse to cancel autopay

March 31, 2020 News Articles

CaseyGerry partner, Frederick Schenk recently spoke to San Diego 10News on the frustrations experienced by some San Diegans who continue to be charged automatic membership fees for facilities that are closed due to the Coronavirus.