Amazon.com is the world’s largest online retail marketplace. In the subrogation world, it’s known, in states that allow strict liability claims against entities in the supply chain, Amazon attempts to preclude any liability by arguing that it is not a “seller” of a product in question. Instead, Amazon has successfully argued that it only provides a platform for a buyer and seller to connect for the purchase of a product; therefore, it should not be subject to strict products liability. However, in two recent decisions, this argument has failed. Article written by Aaron D. Plamann, published in Claims Pages on August 1, 2019.