Bradley Remick Authors Book on PA Product Liability Law

Bradley D. Remick, shareholder in the Philadelphia office of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, has authored the book, Pennsylvania Products Liability, published by The Legal Intelligencer.  Mr. Remick is a Supervising Attorney in the firm's Product Liability Practice Group, where he defends Fortune 500 and smaller companies against product liability claims and lawsuits.

"The practice of products liability law in Pennsylvania has grown increasingly complex over the last few years," said Mr. Remick. "Given the dramatic changes with the federal and state courts' division over the application of the Second and Third Restatements, legal practitioners are operating in previously uncharted territory. In Pennsylvania Products Liability, I examine the legal implications of the courts' conflict for evaluating whether a product contains a defect, using the history of products liability law in Pennsylvania as the backdrop."

Mr. Remick is a trial attorney with more than 25 years of experience in the arena of product liability law. He has defended manufacturers and distributors of tools, scaffolding and lifts, industrial equipment, paint, machinery, backhoes and more. As a nationally-certified firefighter, he is uniquely experienced in the defense of cases involving electrical equipment and fires, and he serves as national counsel to a company that designs and manufactures thermal fluid heaters and boilers.

He is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, the Defense Research Institute, the American Chemical Society, the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Philadelphia Bar Association, where he sits on the Product Liability Committee. A graduate of Kenyon College and Villanova University School of Law, he is rated AV® Preeminent™ by Martindale-Hubbell and he has been named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer for the past seven consecutive years.

In its first edition, Pennsylvania Products Liability is available at  Enter the promotional code 471030 for a 20 percent discount off the cover price.