March 17, 2018

Can an Expert be Replaced if He’s Unavailable for Trial?

Defendants in a recent federal California case filed an administrative motion to modify the court’s case management to let them supplement their expert disclosures by replacing Dr. […]
March 10, 2018

Low Vision Expert Admitted in ADA Discrimination Case

  A federal district court in Louisiana recently heard a motion to exclude expert testimony of a Certified Low Vision Therapist in an ADA (Americans with […]
March 8, 2018

Maryland Court of Appeals Explains “Disclosure” under Rule 5-703(b)

The Maryland Court of Appeals recently held that trial court didn’t err in admitting Petitioner’s post-accident medical treatment records under Maryland Rule 5-703. The Court concluded […]
February 13, 2018

Election Expert’s Testimony Admitted in Voting Case

The Virginia Department of Elections brought a motion to exclude the testimony of a proposed election expert witness for the plaintiffs—three individuals and two voluntary associations […]
February 9, 2018

Is a Sleep Apnea Expert the Ticket to the Reversal of a Conviction?

Sleep apnea is the most frequently diagnosed sleep disorder in the United States. It’s also becoming a “go to” criminal defense for many trial attorneys. Sleep […]
February 7, 2018

CPA Not an “Expert” in Financial Fraud Case

A jury convicted the Defendant in Indiana of 15 counts of wire fraud, four counts of money laundering, and one count of securities fraud for his […]
January 31, 2018

Are Expert Witness Communications with Attorney Work-Product?

Defendant rear-ended Plaintiff while he was stopped at a red light. The parties stipulated that Defendant was negligent, but left the issues of causation and damages […]
January 25, 2018

Judge Explains “Reasonable Degree of Medical Certainty” for Expert Testimony

Recently a life insurance company filed an interpleader action to resolve which of the defendants was entitled to the proceeds of an insurance policy it issued […]
January 24, 2018

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