The Schiff Hardin Product Liability and Mass Torts Group comprises 40 lawyers — in New York, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Atlanta and San Francisco — solely devoted to helping clients face bet-the-company litigation against some of the most well-financed and formidable plaintiffs’ lawyers in the United States. Our lawyers try and win cases in some of the most plaintiff-friendly and inhospitable jurisdictions in the country, and when our clients ask us to create an exit strategy, we are equally adept at negotiating cutting-edge solutions to eliminate product liability and mass torts risk.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Product Liability and Mass Torts
Several attorneys from Schiff Hardin’s Products Liability and Mass Torts Practice Group are National Law Review Go-To Thought Leaders for their analysis of the CPSC (Consumer Products Safety Commission) and how the recent election and other political factors may impact CPSC leadership and enforcement priorities. Schiff also examined COVID-19's impact on the CPSC and topics including statutory protections for manufacturers, steps companies can take to reduce regulatory actions, and different approaches to keeping customers and employees safe when reopening after pandemic related closures. Frequent NLR contributing authors include Mike Gentine, Jonathan Judge and Jeffery Skinner.