San Diego Law Review

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This Article analyzes a chapter in the Reporters' Study on Enterprise Responsibility for Personal Injury, the chapter titled "Product Defects and Warnings." The author is highly critical of the Study, noting its lack of depth of historical focus, its failure to take existing doctrine with sufficient seriousness, and its deficiencies in both terminology and analysis. The author argues that the Study fails to give sufficient weight to competing points of view, and that it consistently fails to present specific and relevant applications. The author concludes that the Study itself is a defective product.