The Columbia District Court recently admitted three medical expert witnesses in a medical malpractice case involving movement disorder resulting from the use of an antipsychotic drug (Patteson v. Maloney). Facts of the case Plaintiff Kay Patteson first sought treatment from Defendant psychiatrist John Maloney in May 2006 for “depression, anxiousness, chronic insomnia, and serious alcohol abuse/dependence” […]read more
Three medical expert witnesses, two of them specialising in pediatrics and the third one in orthopedic surgery, were recently reviewed by the Minnesota District Court in connection to a GBS infection case, where the testing probe reagent got replaced with water due to a manufacturing glitch. (Dittrich-Bigley v. Gen-Probe, Inc.) Facts of the case Plaintiffs […]read more
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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
Sixth Circuit reverses disqualification of expert; orders qualification enquiry under Fed. R. Evid. 601 and 702
Facts Hans Bock died due to internal bleeding following cancer treatment and his wife, Ilse Bock, sued the defendant UTMG. She retained Dr. James H. Shull, M.D. to testify as an expert witness. UTMG moved for summary judgment arguing that Dr. Shull was not competent to provide opinion testimony, and therefore, plaintiff could not establish […]read more
814 new experts were added in the month of January to the Daubert Tracker.
The Daubert Tracker tracks cases in which either a gatekeeping issue involving an expert is involved or there has been a credibility assessment for an expert. Some experts in this list might not have been challenged but could have been involved as a rebuttal witness against another expert.
This list does not constitute an Expert Witness Directory and your name can be successfully added to the Daubert Tracker database, thereby making to this list, only if we come across a case that involves a credibility assessment (both positive and negative) for an expert.read more
Finz and Finz, P.C., a New York based personal injury firm has landed into trouble for allegedly failing to consult expert witnesses. The firm was retained by the Healys to represent them in a medical malpractice action which they lost. The Healys subsequently brought a legal malpractice action against the firm. The firm seems to […]read more