Thomas C. Regan

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  • Thursday, July 1, 2004
    Evidence of subsequent remedial measures has historically been inadmissible to show negligence, culpable conduct or a defect in a product. The policy for the rule is clear: admitting such evidence will dissuade parties from making the improvements in the first place if those changes will later be used against them. But what of those cases where it is not...