Webinar: Failure to Warn Claims in Product Liability and Personal Injury Lawsuits

    Dr. Gerald GoldhaberThe majority of product liability and personal injury lawsuits include a failure to warn claim. However it can be difficult to identify insufficient warnings without first knowing what to look for.

    In this webinar, attorneys will learn actionable insights for litigating failure to warn claims in product liability and personal injury cases from Dr. Gerald M. Goldhaber, a nationally recognized expert in the fields of product liability and warning label design. The seminar will also cover best practices for designing and communicating product warnings. Thus giving you the tools to identify failures to warn in any area of product liability litigation.

    Dr. Gerald M. Goldhaber is President and CEO of Goldhaber Research Associates, LLC, founded in 1978 and celebrating 36 years as a full service consulting firm. Dr. Goldhaber has also consulted with the CPSC, the FDA, the Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Congress on warnings issues.

    A member of the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society, Dr. Goldhaber has given depositions and trial testimony as an expert witness in over 175 cases for numerous Fortune 500 companies and has published several articles and monographs on the subject of warning labels for such journals as Forensic Reports and The Journal of Products & Toxics Liability. In addition, in 2006 he authored “The Effectiveness of Warnings in Preventing Pool Diving Accidents” chapter in Aquatic Safety Compendium for the National Swimming Pool Foundation.  He has also conducted workshops for the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society and Defense Research Institute.  Additionally, Dr. Goldhaber has consulted with the CPSC, FDA and U.S. Department of Agriculture on warnings issues.

    A nationally recognized expert in the fields of product liability, warning label design, evaluation, and applied research as it relates to trademark surveys, Dr. Goldhaber has defended the results of his surveys in state and federal courts, as well as critiquing and evaluating opposing surveys and opinions.

    ***PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS WEBINAR IS FREE FOR ALL ATTORNEYS***