Docket No. 11580.

42 Mich. App. 448 (1972)

202 N.W.2d 477


Michigan Court of Appeals.

Decided August 28, 1972.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Lopatin, Miller, Bindes & Freedman (Michael H. Feiler, of counsel), for plaintiff.

Plunkett, Cooney, Rutt & Peacock, for defendant Whiting Corporation.

Butzel, Long, Gust, Klein & Van Zile (by James D. Ritchie), for defendant Dearborn Fabricating & Engineering Company.

Vandeveer, Doelle, Garzia, Tonkin & Kerr, for defendant N & K Electric Company.

Before: V.J. BRENNAN, P.J., and QUINN and O'HARA, JJ.


What started out as a conventional appeal of right by a plaintiff from a verdict directed against her in a suit for damages based on negligence and implied warranty has burgeoned into a vexatious procedural labyrinth. We will try to extricate from it those issues which have some general application to our jurisprudence.

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