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The plaintiff sued the nail gun’s manufacturer, alleging that the tool was defectively designed in that it lacked a sequential trip mechanism, which would have prevented it from firing unless the trigger was pulled after the gun’s nose contacted a surface. Oliver v. Hitachi Koki U.S.A., Ltd.
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