Evaluating the adequacy of warnings - Advocate Articles

Published by Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Summary

HELP IN IDENTIFYING WHEN AND WHY A PRODUCT WARNING IS INADEQUATE

Presenters
Michael Motley
Michael Motley is a Professor of Communication (Emeritus), University of California, Davis. As an expert witness he provides opinion on the adequacy or inadequacy of warnings, instructions, contracts, advertisements, and other communication messagesregarding their clarity, ambiguity, or most likely interpretation. He has served on over 50 cases; about 2/3 for plaintiff and 1/3 for defense. He has authored five books and over 150 articles and papers on communication.

Originally Published

June 1, 2018

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