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The plaintiff sued the bridle’s manufacturer, alleging strict liability and breach of implied warranty. She claimed that the interlocking stitching method used was inadequate. The jury awarded $4.85 million, of which the defendant is responsible for $1.94 million. Preiser v. Choice Brands Equestrian, Inc.
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