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February 27, 2014


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Christine Hurt

Kim, in products liability, there are often questions about whether a defendant has sold a service or a product. These cases don't seem to have a lot of rhyme or reason, either, but maybe reflect the political power of the provider (doctors v. hair stylists).

Kim Krawiec

Interesting Christine! We law professors often want to find reason and structure where there is none, I suppose.

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