Proposed New York Law Seeks Stricter Electronic Marketplace Liability – Retail Did You Know?

Bill S6437, a bill making its way through the New York State Senate, would purport to place electronic marketplace providers on the same footing as retailers for purposes of New York’s strict liability law. While the law would likely be subject to legal challenges, it could be used by plaintiffs’ lawyers attempting to open marketplaces to liability for damages caused by defective products to the same extent as any retailer of such defective products….
By: Morgan Lewis
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