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    Describe where you see personal responsibility and accountability fitting into this chapter's materials on product liability. An owner of a manufacturing firm is being sued for potential product liability of a particular product. Identify at least two things the owner should consider in the decision to fight in court or settle.

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    Describe where you see personal responsibility and accountability fitting into this chapter's materials on product liability.
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    This solution shows how personal responsibility and accountability fit into product liability and how manufacturers should decide whether to go to court or settle.

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