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Product Liability and Complex Torts

We serve as national and regional litigation counsel for a number of Fortune 500 and privately held product manufacturers. Many of those matters have involved “bet the company” cases, both in individual suits and in consolidated mass tort litigation. We have tried product liability, personal injury, and mass tort cases to juries across the United States, and have represented defendants in these matters in every state in the country.

While we have deep trial expertise, our lawyers are also committed to balancing risk and costly litigation with the business objectives of your company. Thus, we distinguish ourselves by identifying, analyzing, and executing preventative measures and risk management strategies that reduce litigation and provide exceptional results for your business.

Our product liability, mass tort, and personal injury lawyers write for some of the nation’s leading litigation journals, and we routinely give presentations in our fields of expertise to bar associations, industry groups, and other interested parties across the country. We understand the special requirements and expectations of in-house counsel, loss prevention managers, and corporate risk specialists; and we routinely implement budgeting, communications, and cost-containment criteria to meet our clients’ needs.

Our team has experience with a full range of cases that span from mass tort class actions to defending manufacturers in individual product personal injury lawsuits. Examples of the types of product cases we handle include:

  • Powersports, recreational vehicles, and micromobility
  • Chemical products
  • Agricultural products
  • Construction materials
  • Industrial products
  • Boilers, furnaces, and gas-fired appliances
NJL employee photo for Matthew C. Murphy

Matthew C. Murphy

Attorney & Co-Chair, Product Liability & Complex Torts

NJL employee photo for David J. Warden

David J. Warden

Attorney & Co-Chair, Product Liability & Complex Torts

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