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Media: New York’s Highest Court Clarifies a Latency Exception to the Statute of Limitations for Bringing Some Product Liability Tort Claims

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Director William D. Yoquinto was published in the Winter 2012 Edition of ALFA International’s Products Liability Perspectives newsletter. Their article “New York’s Highest Court Clarifies a Latency Exception to the Statute of Limitations for Bringing Some Product Liability Tort Claims” analyzes the Court’s decision in Giordano v. Market America, Inc., 15 N.Y.3d 590 (N.Y. 2010), specifically the application of the latency exception of CPLR 214-c to the statute of limitations for product liability claims. Click here for a copy of the article.

William D. Yoquinto focuses his practice on all phases of defense, including trials and appeals, in matters relating to product liability, medical malpractice, pharmacy, professional licensing, and other liability claims.