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    donoghue and stevenson case


    The Donoghue v Stevenson case, a landmark in legal history, revolved around a woman finding a decomposed snail in her ginger beer. The case established the principle of duty of care, holding manufacturers liable for harm caused by their products. It set the foundation for modern tort law, emphasizing the responsibility of businesses to ensure their products are safe for consumers. This ruling profoundly impacted product liability laws globally, shaping consumer rights and corporate accountability. Ultimately, the case underscored the importance of protecting consumers from harm and upholding ethical standards in business practices.

    Apr 19 2024

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