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 After the Sale: Regulatory Duties and Recall Strategies

Previously Recorded on December 18, 2012

It is common for manufacturers to concern themselves primarily with the design and production of their product, and devote significantly less attention to their regulatory duties after the products have been sold. In this webinar, Attorneys Kenneth Ross and George Soule, both of Bowman and Brooke LLP, discuss manufacturers’ duties after the sale of their products and provide tips for successful implementation and execution of recalls.

This webinar will address:

  • the post-sale duty to warn;
  • recall regulations in the United States and Canada
  • the contents of recall communications; and
  • recall strategy that will strengthen your defense position in the event of a claim.

Cynthia Day GrimesKenneth Ross is one of the world's most experienced and well-known lawyers practicing in the areas of product safety, products liability prevention, and regulatory compliance. He is a former partner and now Of Counsel to one of the premier products liability defense firms in the U.S., Bowman and Brooke.

Prior to entering private practice, Ken was in-house counsel for Westinghouse Electric and Emerson Electric, where he counseled on safety and prevention issues and managed litigation.  In his safety and prevention practice, he advises U.S. and foreign manufacturers, product sellers, insurance brokers, and insurance companies on ways to identify, evaluate, and minimize the risk of liability, especially products and contractual liability. He is also the author of Medmarc's Products Liability 360 series, which can be found here.

Kevin OngGeorge Soule From small-town Minnesota, George Soule went to Harvard Law School, where he served on the Law Review with now-Chief Justice John Roberts.  He returned to Minnesota in 1979 to begin his career as a trial lawyer.  George has tried over 60 cases to verdict in 19 states, involving products liability, commercial, and negligence claims.  He has defended several medical device manufacturers and first-chaired three medical device trials in the last two years.  George is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, an Associate in the American Board of Trial Advocates, and is listed in The Best Lawyers in America.  From 1999-2003 under Governor Jesse Ventura, he served as Chair of the Minnesota Commission on Judicial Selection. He is a past President of the Minnesota American Indian Bar Association.