Historically, many jurisdictions have held that Amazon was not a “Seller” when considering products sold on its website by third-party vendors. Recently, a U.S. Court of Appeals held for the first time that Amazon was a “Seller” and therefore potentially liable for defective products purchased on its website. Host Aaron Jacobs will be joined by guest Michael Wolfer as they discuss the history of product claims against Amazon; the potential significance of product warnings; and the ramifications of the new groundbreaking case law.
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