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Free Webinar: Intro to Forensic Analysis for Civil Product Liability Claims
Event Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Time: 1 p.m. EST
Duration: 30 min.
Presenter: David Exline, Senior V.P. & Court-Qualified Trace Evidence Expert at Gateway Analytical
Host: Shawn Wilhelm, Marketing Coordinator, at Gateway Analytical

Product liability issues have become increasingly important to industrial and pharmaceutical companies, as every product presents the potential for liability. Stringent quality control and processes are imperative when manufacturing a quality product to insure that product failures, such as contaminations, discolorations and product defects do not occur. However, even the best run systems cannot control all manufacturing and production issues.

This webinar is designed for attorneys and engineers involved in civil product liability claims. During this webinar, our presenter will provide a general overview of product liability testing within the laboratory and discuss basic analytical testing methods and technologies used for testing different types of materials. Our presenter will also provide a unique forensic approach to the investigation, testing and defense of analytical information related to products and product testing and provide details on how to interpret the data and what conclusions can be made from the results.

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Highlighted Topics Covered:
- General overview of product liability testing within the laboratory
- Basic analytical testing methods and technologies used for testing different types of materials
- Forensic approach to investigating, testing and defending analytical information related to products  and product testing
- Interpretation of the data and what conclusions can be made from the results[/li][/list]