Automatic Consumer Protection Act Liability For Breaches of Warranty – Is the Landscape Changing?

2018-03-09T21:44:24+00:00 December 27th, 2017|Categories: Erin K. Higgins, Peter John Veysey|

 It has long been an axiom of Massachusetts product liability law that a manufacturer or seller of a product that is found by a judge or jury to be defective is automatically exposed to liability under Massachusetts’ consumer protection statute, General Laws c. 93A. Such liability means an award of