Particularly in economic loss class actions, we occasionally have to deal with claims involving the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act (“MMWA”).  Thus, we have covered MMWA issues before.  Here’s another one.  In In Re Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc., Dog Food Products Liability Litigation, 2022 WL 1641291 (D. Kan. May 24, 2022), the court held

We don’t see claims under the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, 15 U.S.C. §2301(1) (“MMWA”) much in our prescription medical product sandbox.  The MMWA is the federal statute that governs warranties for consumer products, and it was enacted around fifty years ago basically to make warranties more understandable and to limit the use of disclaimers.  Thus, if

We’ll be hitting all the Presidents’ Day sales today, but something tells me we’ll be disappointed because we won’t be able to buy, beg, borrow, or steal a new one.  So we keep trying.

With plaintiffs desperate to find some way to continue pursuing aggravated, aggregated product liability litigation in their favorite venues after Daimler