No longer can an expert testify about the findings of a non-testifying expert.
A reminder that careful data handling techniques and processes are designed to minimize, to the extent possible, data and calculation errors.
Defendants permitted to introduce evidence that alleged misrepresentation did not impact market price.
By Kevin Hartzell
How to find and prepare for all the skeletons in your witness's closet.
By John H. Bogart
Although experts are not limited by the Rules of Professional Conduct, they may be disqualified under certain circumstances.
By Matthew F. Prewitt
Data breaches can be costly, but most are preventable with modest cybersecurity efforts.
Listen as both a seasoned expert and a trial attorney discuss the importance of a good working relationship with your experts—and balancing client expectations against the "stretching of experts." (11:57 min)
The second installment of a four-part series on the standard offers a case study exploring how much independent research an expert should do when performing a damages calculation. (12:10 min)
Listen as Josias and Fahlman offer the first of four discussions on this standard. Whether you are a litigator or an expert witness this series promises to be helpful for your career. (12:08 min)
Our friends at the Trial Evidence Committee are updating a survey of the standards for the admissibility of expert opinion testimony in the 50 States and the District of Columbia, with emphasis on the applicability of Daubert in each jurisdiction.
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