Question 331 out of 1 pointsFleet Feet Corporation makes athletic shoes. Gloria, a marathoner, files a product liability suit against Fleet Feet, alleging a design defect. In deciding whether to hold Fleet Feet liable, the court may consider an alternative design's
Question 341 out of 1 pointsMedBeat Inc., makes medical devices, including heart pacemakers. Nina, a heart patient, files a product liability suit against MedBeat, alleging a warning defect with respect to its pacemaker. In deciding whether to hold MedBeat liable, the court may consider whether there is a foreseeable risk of harm posed by the pacemaker and
Question 351 out of 1 pointsSurgeStop Company makes electrical cords and other connectors for electronic devices. Rollo files a product liability suit against SurgeStop, alleging a warning defect. In decidingwhether to hold SurgeStop liable, the court may consider
Question 361 out of 1 pointsBioChem Corporation, ChemCo Company, and DexLabs Inc. make and distribute toxic chemicals. In a product-liability suit against all of these parties, the court is most likely to impose market-share liability if it cannot be proved which of the parties
Question 371 out of 1 pointsFine Motor Company buys gas pedals and other parts from General Mechanix, Inc., and puts them in its vehicles without changing their composition. If the pedals or other parts are defective, strictly liable for any damage caused by the defects are
Question 381 out of 1 pointsThe brakes on a train owned by Rolling Stock Railway Inc. malfunction. The train rolls towards maintenance workers on the tracks. Everyone gets out of the way except Sid, who wants to show off. The train hits Sid, who sues Train Components, Inc., the brakes'