Tanenbaum Keale LLP partner Tiffany Alexander recently joined a distinguished panel of attorneys for a Philadelphia Association of Defense Counsel (PADC) event titled, “The Best Defense: Affirmative Strategies to Defend Product Liability Cases in Uncertain Times.”

The PADC invited Alexander and Katherine Wang of Campbell Conroy & O’Neil to provide insight and best practices for defending complex product liability matters in light of the recent decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court and the Pennsylvania Courts impacting the  scope of personal jurisdiction, the application of the Pennsylvania Fair Share Act, and the admissibility of standards following the Tincher decision.

Practical insight included when and how to raise and preserve issues on appeal and highlight available resources to maximize beneficial outcomes with the trial and appellate courts. PADC members can view the recording for free by emailing David Cole at dcole@philadefense.org, while nonmembers can visit this link and pay a $45 fee.

The PADC is a local civil defense bar organization that acts as a voice for members and the clients they serve on emerging issues of interest. In its 74th year of operation, PADC comprises a diverse and dynamic group of attorneys across multiple practice areas who represent clients in virtually all industries and is recognized as a major advocate and participant in pro bono programs, in professional development, and in assisting in efforts to improve the court system.