We are product counsel to manufacturers. Our lawyers combine your product's engineering with a skilled legal analysis to protect you, your products, and the product user.
Understanding your product. Knowing the product and its hazards before you hire lawyers allows you to prioritize needs and direct legal resources where they matter most. Averture's business model allows it to deliver services differently, avoiding expensive overhead and reducing your overall legal costs. Averture is an independent law firm that has no affiliation with any other firm or consulting entity.
Legal Solutions for Manufacturers
Controlling Loss. Averture lawyers employ a multi-disciplinary approach that invests in the engineering infrastructure already in your product and integrates a hazard analysis, liability analysis, regulatory compliance, and industry standards. We have implemented successful recalls, written product warnings, created hazard communication systems, created uniform defenses against multi-district and mass tort litigation, and accomplished compliance with regulations. Averture helps you create Highly Defensible ProductsSM. You accomplish product safety through regulatory compliance and liability protection.
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Process Solutions. To the risk manager, it's loss control. To an engineer, it's product safety. To a lawyer, it's reducing exposure to liability or complying with the law. To AVERTURE, it's making all these things work together. As a product supplier, your company requires its own, unique Process that provides a predictable methodology internally and produces a safe, reliable product externally. AVERTURE has a solution.
Our lawyers have an impressive depth of Product Experience and Legal Experience representing product manufacturers in many industry sectors. We come from large firms, in-house counsel, and industry and draw upon our experience in product liability, mass torts, intellectual property transactions, patent prosecution, and national counsel work to resolve complex product problems.
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