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Gregory v Cincinnati, Inc.

Gregory v Cincinnati, Inc., 451 Mich. 1, 538 N.W.2d 325 (1995), established that a manufacturer’s product must be judged at the time of manufacture, that a manufacturer did not have a continuing duty to repair or recall a product after it was sold, and that evidence of post-manufacture advances in technology for a product was not admissible in design defect cases.