The US Court of Appelas for the Sixth Circuit Sixth Circuit affirms class certification even for members whose product did not manifest the alleged defect (Whirlpool Litigation)

Purchasers of Whirlpool washing machines brought a product liability class action against Whirlpool, alleging that a design defect in many of the machines resulted in mold and mildew in the machines and foul odors in their homes. A class was certified as to liability issues, with proof of

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Douglas Richards, Christopher J. Cormier, The US Court of Appelas for the Sixth Circuit Sixth Circuit affirms class certification even for members whose product did not manifest the alleged defect (Whirlpool Litigation), 18 July 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin US Private Enforcement, Art. N° 54946

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