Expert Witness News section of this blog provides you with latest relevant news articles from the world of expert witness testimony.
Two months ago, we were looking at a long list of gatekeeping issues and it was a pain to find some of the decisions which defined the gatekeeping standard for several states. This is when we thought that there needs to be a single place where all information about expert witnesses should be available to anyone [...]read more
The Florida House and Senate have passed a Daubert bill, which now apparently awaits only the governor’s signature. After years of trying, Florida has, at least legislatively, become the country’s 27th (or 21st or 31st, depending on which definition sways you) Daubert state. The federally adopted Daubert standard for admission of expert testimony replaces Florida’s [...]read more
In a recent decision (Thompson v. Cooper), the Supreme Court of Alaska held that admissibility of expert testimony based on experience does not need to be subjected to the Daubert Test. While the Court did a great job of explaining why it doesn’t, Expert Witness Guru’s Research Attorney, Sanandita Chakraverty, takes a look at the case and the [...]read more
FACTS EPlus filed an action against Lawson Software, Inc. alleging that Lawson had been infringing EPlus’ method and system claims. The jury found for EPlus and Lawson appealed, arguing that the system claims were indefinite and that the evidence of infringement of the method claims did not support the jury’s verdict. At trial, Lawson had [...]read more
You can now find credibility determining information on the following 694 experts and many more. To find more information on any expert witness of your choice, visit: http://expertwitnessguru.com/services/expert-witness-profile/ Name of Expert Discipline 1 Christopher Kauderer B.S.M.E., A.C.T.A.R. Accident Recon./Invest. Click to Order Expert Witness Profile 2 Richard C. Hodson Accident Recon./Invest. Click to Order Expert Witness [...]read more
The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure [Rule 26(a)(2)] govern disclosure of expert witnesses in federal proceedings. Rule 26(a)(2)(d) specifically provides, A party must make these disclosures at the times and in the sequence that the court orders. Absent a stipulation or a court order, the disclosures must be made: at least 90 days before the [...]read more