Who’s Who of the Consumer Protection Act: Claimants, Defendants and Learned Intermediaries
As part of a series of webinars by the 2TG Product Liability Team Dr Vinit Khurana QC (Scot.) explores the learned intermediary rule and the resulting interplay between product liability and informed consent (following Gee and Montgomery).
Sam Stevens primarily looks at who can be liable for a defect under Part I of the Consumer Protection Act 1987. He explores the meaning of producer, post-Brexit changes to the definition of importer and the circumstances in which a pure supplier may be liable. Sam also briefly recaps on who is able to bring a claim under Part 1 of the Act.
A recording of the webinar can be viewed below.