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TOWARD A MORE APPARENT APPROACH TO CONSIDERING THE ADMISSION OF EXPERT TESTIMONY. Schroeder, Thomas D. May 1, 2020 12013
AUSTRALIAN HISTORIANS AND HISTORIOGRAPHY IN THE COURTROOM. Josev, Tanya Apr 1, 2020 14037
THE BITE MARK DENTISTS AND THE COUNTERATTACK ON FORENSIC SCIENCE REFORM. Zalman, Marvin; Windell, James Editorial Mar 22, 2020 37939
The Daubert Expert Standard: A Primer for Florida Judges and Lawyers. Edwards, Thomas S., Jr.; Edwards, Jennie R. Cover story Mar 1, 2020 7392
Valuing Litigation in Bankruptcy: The Use of Expert Witnesses to Testify About the Merits and Value of Litigation Claims. Stewart, Geoffrey S.; Dorfman, Victoria; Pritsker, Gabrielle E. Jan 1, 2020 18207
FORENSIC SCIENCE EVIDENCE, WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS AND ADVERSARIAL PROCESS. Hamer, David; Edmond, Gary Dec 1, 2019 24784
PERFORMANCE CLAIMS IN FORENSIC SCIENCE EXPERT OPINION EVIDENCE. Smith, Chloe A.; Thompson, Matthew B. Dec 1, 2019 7439
THE IMPACT OF GENDER-ROLE CONGRUENCE ON THE PERSUASIVENESS OF EXPERT TESTIMONY. McKimmie, Blake M.; Schuller, Regina A.; Thomas, Simon; Sherrel, Helen Dec 1, 2019 7781
LATENT SCIENCE: A HISTORY OF CHALLENGES TO FINGERPRINT EVIDENCE IN AUSTRALIA. Edmond, Gary Dec 1, 2019 28924
POLICE AS EXPERTS IN THE DETECTION OF ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG INTOXICATION: A REVIEW OF THE SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE WITHIN THE AUSTRALIAN LEGAL CONTEXT. Monds, Lauren A.; Quilter, Julia; Golde, Celinevan; McNamara, Luke Dec 1, 2019 9968
BEYOND COMMON KNOWLEDGE: REVIEWING THE USE OF SOCIAL SCIENCE EVIDENCE IN AUSTRALIAN COURTS. McMillan, Kathryn; Pokarier, Nicholas Dec 1, 2019 7648
Architect: Ministers not fire brigade should get blame for Grenfell disaster; Expert says MPs knew of danger 18 years before tragedy but failed to act. Mark Aitken maitken@sundaypost.com Nov 3, 2019 439
'Time lost is brain lost'. Tan, S.Y. Nov 1, 2019 1263
Strategies for Excluding or Limiting Plaintiffs' Bad Faith Experts. Morrissette, Henry T. Oct 1, 2019 2868
Improving Expert Evidence: The Role of Open Science and Transparency. Chin, Jason M.; Growns, Bethany; Mellor, David T. Sep 22, 2019 17873
Navigating Florida's Changing Daubert Tide in Business Cases. Sadowski, Erica L.; Perrone, Jennifer; Konopka, Scott W.; Weiss, Gregory S. Sep 1, 2019 4421
Federal Civil Rule Reform: An Update. Appel, Christopher E.; Behrens, Mark A. Jul 1, 2019 5376
How Daubert Standard Could Impact Florida Industry, Judicial Climate. O'Connor, Amy Jun 17, 2019 1281
How Daubert Standard Could Impact Florida Industry, Judicial Climate. O'Connor, Amy Jun 5, 2019 1388
Clinical Handbook of Psychiatry & the Law, 5th Edition (online access included). Brief article Jun 1, 2019 144
Sanctions over expert requires evidence. Vieth, Peter Apr 16, 2019 810
CONGRESS PRESCRIBES PREEMPTION OF STATE TORT-REFORM LAWS TO REMEDY HEALTHCARE "CRISIS": AN IMPROPER PROGNOSIS? Sheffield, Jason C. Mar 22, 2019 14797
CONFRONTING THE TWENTY-FIRST-CENTURY MARIAN EXAMINATION. McLane, Lauren Mar 22, 2019 36591
EXPERTS, GENERALISTS, LAYPEOPLE, AND THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT. Sipe, Matthew G. Mar 22, 2019 23971
SJC clarifies withdrawn consent in rape cases. Berkman, Eric T. Feb 21, 2019 1537
Expert properly qualified in case of parental rights. Bridges, Barry Dec 6, 2018 1311
Forensic experts collect evidences. Nov 4, 2018 165
CABINING JUDICIAL DISCRETION OVER FORENSIC EVIDENCE WITH A NEW SPECIAL RELEVANCE RULE. Shoucair, Emma F.E. Oct 1, 2018 10899
The evolving role of expert testimony. Tan, S.Y. Oct 1, 2018 1264
Direct exam of experts. Saylor, F. Dennis, IV; Small, Daniel I. Sep 28, 2018 746
Opinion testimony excluded in capital murder trial. Sep 19, 2018 462
The evolving role of expert testimony. Tan, S.Y. Sep 15, 2018 1238
WDVA: Corrections' experts not qualified on adequacy of care. Lightle, Rebecca M. Aug 24, 2018 725
Supreme Court draws boundaries for medical experts. Vieth, Peter Aug 21, 2018 891
Expert necessary to support legal malpractice claim. Lightle, Rebecca M. Aug 3, 2018 1060
Statutory Interpretation Expert Evidence. Jun 25, 2018 187
"WHETHER OR NOT SPECIAL EXPERTISE IS NEEDED": ANTI-INTELLECTUALISM, THE SUPREME COURT, AND THE LEGITIMACY OF LAW. Kammer, Sean M. Jun 22, 2018 28700
SCV: Jury should have heard from both valuation experts. Lightle, Rebecca M. May 20, 2018 1147
EDVA: Misappropriation damages present jury issues. Lightle, Rebecca M. May 20, 2018 2083
CAV: Indigent defendant not entitled to expert. Lightle, Rebecca M. May 8, 2018 1430
Same, Similar, and Everything in Between: Appellate Courts' Review of the Same-Specialty Requirement for Presuit Experts in Medical Malpractice Cases. Lahlou-Amine, Sarah; Osborne, Gabrielle May 1, 2018 3333
Stats needed more specificity, expert analysis. Lightle, Rebecca M. Apr 27, 2018 1344
WDVA: Stats needed more specificity, expert analysis. Lightle, Rebecca M. Apr 23, 2018 1331
4th Cir.: With pedophilia diagnosis rejected, commitment ends. Lightle, Rebecca M. Apr 16, 2018 2070
THE BEST INSURANCE AGAINST MISCARRIAGES OF JUSTICE CAUSED BY JUNK SCIENCE: AN ADMISSIBILITY TEST THAT IS SCIENTIFICALLY AND LEGALLY SOUND. Imwinkelried, Edward J. Mar 22, 2018 10849
SHAKEN BABY SYNDROME AS A CONTROVERSY IN WRONGFUL CONVICTION CASES. Zakirova, Eza Bella Mar 22, 2018 10623
THE PROFICIENCY OF EXPERTS. Garrett, Brandon L.; Mitchell, Gregory Mar 1, 2018 29897
Too Little Credit to Treating Physicians Testimony. Lightle, Rebecca M. Jan 31, 2018 1087
Spoliation Instruction Requires Bad Intent. Lightle, Rebecca M. Jan 31, 2018 946
Prosecutors obtain extortion conviction using Mafia expert. Murphy, Pat Jan 4, 2018 723
The Law of Attribution: Rules for Attributing the Source of a Cyber-Attack. Tran, Delbert Jan 1, 2018 30577
Constitution is no place to deal with issue of abortion; TD appeal as report backs repeal of Eighth Amendment. Dec 21, 2017 549
Cross Examination of Experts Preparation Project. Kimball, Tom; Shear, Melissa Oct 1, 2017 1596
Claim for missed cancer diagnosis goes back to jury. Donovan, David Sep 27, 2017 672
DRAWING THE LINE BETWEEN LAY AND EXPERT OPINION EVIDENCE. Chin, Jason M.; Tomiska, Jan; Li, Chen Sep 1, 2017 18762
ICARUS AND THE EVIDENCE ACT: SECTION 137, PROBATIVE VALUE AND TAKING FORENSIC SCIENCE EVIDENCE 'AT ITS HIGHEST'. Edmond, Gary Aug 1, 2017 20003
Resolving Disputes by Expert Determination: What Happens When Parties Select Appraisers, Accountants, or Other Technical Experts to Decide Disputes. Willis, Brian C. Jul 1, 2017 6007
Let them Frye: Frye hearings for determination of "mental disorders" in the Sexually Violent Persons Act. Henkel, Hannah Jun 22, 2017 14440
Rethinking expert opinion evidence. Martire, Kristy A.; Edmond, Gary Apr 1, 2017 13833
EXPERTS AND EXPERT EVIDENCE IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION. Goddard, Charles; Goddard, Inna Apr 1, 2017 3651
Implicit bias as social-framework evidence in employment discrimination. Jones, Annika L. Apr 1, 2017 10596
Experts in the jury room: when personal experience is extraneous information. Liska, Kristin A. Mar 1, 2017 14692
Differential diagnosis and Daubert: preventing the misuse of differential etiology to prove causation in toxic tort cases. Hopp, Anthony G.; Goldkind, Jeremy S.; Cummings, David M. Jan 1, 2017 11141
Interpreting R. v. Baden-Clay: 'discovering the inward intention', or 'what lies under the veil'? Aitken, Lee Dec 1, 2016 6279
Marine Law Symposium Announced. Nov 11, 2016 391
Williams plurality relies on inherently unreliable forensic evidence: confrontation clause analyses across the nation in disarray. Yasin, Mohammad A. Sep 22, 2016 10344
Vaz inquiry warned against prosecuting sex workers' clients. Sep 4, 2016 419
The any exposure theory round III: an update on the state of the case law 2012-2016. Anderson, William L.; Tuckley, Kieran Jul 1, 2016 11662
Impossible to forget: Maness v. Gordon and Alaska's response to the repressed memory controversy. Ikahihifo-Bender, Iuniki L. Jun 1, 2016 10321
Lost in the locality labyrinth: a search for the appropriate legal malpractice standard set forth in Hamilton v. Sommers. Limoges, Anna M. Mar 22, 2016 18114
Truth, deceit, and neuroimaging: can functional magnetic resonance imaging serve as a technology-based method of lie detection? Shapiro, Zachary E. Mar 22, 2016 10053
No less a victim: a call to Governor Nixon to grant clemency to two Missouri women. Stallion, Kristen L. Jan 1, 2016 8883
Daubert--a burdensome solution in search of a problem. Hogan, Wayne Nov 15, 2015 763
Defending Daubert: it's time to amend Federal Rule of Evidence 702. Bernstein, David E.; Lasker, Eric G. Oct 1, 2015 18480
The Missing Link: Williams v. Illinois and the Military's Drug Testing Program. Zuanich, Brian Sep 1, 2015 6222
Forensic science evidence and the conditions for rational (jury) evaluation. Edmond, Gary Aug 1, 2015 6543
Forensic science evidence and the conditions for rational (jury) evaluation. Edmond, Gary Aug 1, 2015 15119
Admissibility of battered spouse syndrome evidence in Alaska. Abbott, Morgan Jun 1, 2015 10884
Requests for official information and government witnesses. Watkins, Steve; McKeel, Jennifer May 1, 2015 9067
Recovery of future medical expenses for novel treatment. Hansen, Mark D.; Thompson, J. Matthew Apr 1, 2015 4343
Is limited remand required if the district court admitted or excluded evidence without a Daubert analysis? Gilbreath, Robert B. Mar 22, 2015 4015
Appraiser did not provide authority that appraisal based on photographs was acceptable and reliable. Jan 1, 2015 516
On evidence: proving Frye as a matter of law, science, and history. Lepore, Jill Jan 1, 2015 7484
On evidence: proving Frye as a matter of law, science, and history. Lepore, Jill Jan 1, 2015 21660
I'll believe it when you see it. Foster, Matthew S. Dec 22, 2014 5448
I'll believe it when you see it. Foster, Matthew S. Dec 22, 2014 15187
We the people: juries, not judges, should be the gatekeepers of expert evidence. Pikus, Krista M. Nov 1, 2014 15203
Preventing partisan commitment: applying Brady protection to the civil commitment of sex offenders. Quanbeck, Tyler Sep 22, 2014 17722
Contesting expertise in prison law. Kerr, Lisa Coleen Sep 1, 2014 7766
Contesting expertise in prison law. Kerr, Lisa Coleen Sep 1, 2014 16777
Judge finds drug caused abortion of Remee Lee's unborn baby. Andrusko, Dave Jan 1, 2014 512
The reinvigorated Confrontation Clause: a new basis to challenge the admission of evidence from nontestifying forensic experts in white collar prosecutions. Frongillo, Thomas C.; Simons, Caroline K.; Essinger, Jaclyn; Knowles, Matthew Jan 1, 2014 10240
Weighing the admissibility of fMRI technology under FRE 403: for the law, fMRI changes everything--and nothing. Amirian, Justin Dec 1, 2013 19626
Evaluating the competence of a financial expert witness: seven factors for consideration. Folami, Loolcman Buky; Mason, Michael E.; Perreault, Stephen Nov 1, 2013 2091
The exclusion of other incident evidence in product liability litigation. Dorn, Elbert S.; Williams, Burl F. Oct 1, 2013 3419
Realizing the potential of the principled approach to evidence. Dufraimont, Lisa Sep 22, 2013 11163
Justice delayed is justice denied: wrongful convictions, eyewitness-expert testimony, and recent developments. Balko, Douglas Sep 22, 2013 12504
The interpretation of context: how some federal circuits are bypassing the familiar requirement of firsthand knowledge for lay witnesses. Ward, Joseph Richard, III Sep 22, 2013 13968
Governor inks expert witness, med mal bills. Jun 15, 2013 632
Med mal bill awaits governor's signature. Jun 1, 2013 521
The malpractice of malpractice. Klebanow, Diana May 1, 2013 3105
A primer on the admissibility of FDA warning letters. Goodwin, Paige S.; Jacobs, Kevin T. Apr 1, 2013 5424
House eyes changes to tort laws. Blankenship, Gary Mar 15, 2013 1450
West of fairness and justice: new documentary showcases dangers of religious hysteria. Lynn, Barry W. Mar 1, 2013 888
Where appraisal is not required, state-certified assessor may produce "valuation disclosure" in support of property tax assessments. Weinberger, Alan M. Jan 1, 2013 488
Neither lay opinion nor out-of-court expert testimony carries taxpayer's burden of showing that property tax assessment was incorrect. Weinberger, Alan M. Jan 1, 2013 573
Recent decisions on the FRCP Rule 26 amendments pertaining to experts in products liability cases. Zeigler, Jessalyn H.; Geer, J. Dustin Jan 1, 2013 7256
China's ancient texts on Senkaku not sufficient evidence: expert. Nov 19, 2012 571
Firearm microstamp technology: failing Daubert and Federal Rules of Evidence 702. Kenney, Dorothy Sep 22, 2012 9503
Board wary over proposed amendments to the evidence code. Blankenship, Gary Aug 15, 2012 779
Manning the Daubert gate: a defense primer in response to Milward v. Acuity Specialty Products. Lasker, Eric Apr 1, 2012 5768
Writing scripts for silent movies: how officer experience and high-crime areas turn innocuous behavior intov criminal conduct. Fulford, Thomas R. Mar 22, 2012 15184
Immunizing against bad science: the vaccine court and the autism test cases. Haertlein, Lauren L. Mar 22, 2012 10840
Anonymous accusers in the Holy Land: subverting the right of confrontation in the United States' largest terrorism-financing trial. Ratner, Emily Mar 22, 2012 19605
The admissibility of expert opinion and the bases of expert opinion in sex offender civil management trials in New York. Duffy, Colleen D. Dec 22, 2011 22555
Programmers and forensic analyses: accusers under the Confrontation Clause. Neville, Karen Nov 13, 2011 4395
Scientific and expert evidence, 2d ed. Book review Oct 1, 2011 147
Looking backward to move forward with your defense: using history to overcome jurors' misunderstandings about science. Parker, Bruce R.; Gray, David S. Oct 1, 2011 10834
Cherry-picking memories: why neuroimaging-based lie detection requires a new framework for the admissibility of scientific evidence under FRE 702 and Daubert. Law, J.R.H. Sep 22, 2011 26773
Science, law, and truth: defining the scope of the Daubert trilogy. Dillhoff, Megan Jul 1, 2011 12550
'Hot tubbing' expert witnesses. Conroy, Alexandra Brief article Jun 22, 2011 216
Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts: testing the adaptation of the Confrontation Clause to neutral analysts and developing technology. Huss, Stacy R. Jun 22, 2011 21327
Annual review of developments in instructions. Fredrikson, Christopher T.; Daknis, Wendy P.; Varley, James L. May 1, 2011 8388
BANK 'EM UP; US finance expert says evidence can jail rogues. Apr 23, 2011 457
Experts and the discovery/disclosure of protected communication. Lieberman, George Apr 1, 2011 4383
Unsound law: issues with ('expert') voice comparison evidence. Edmond, Gary; Martire, Kristy; San Roque, Mehera Apr 1, 2011 34053
Witnessing the witness: the case for exclusion of eyewitness expert testimony. Reedy, Matthew J. Mar 1, 2011 14688
Simplifying discovery and production: using easy frameworks to evaluate the 2009 term of cases. Carpenter, Eric R. Jan 1, 2011 9958
Putting the "hearing" in public hearings: a lawyer's testimony in the Supreme Court committee hearing on the new evidence rules produces results. Dec 1, 2010 793
Whose fault? - Daubert, the NAS report, and the notion of error in forensic science. Risinger, D. Michael Dec 1, 2010 14200
"Utterly ineffective": do courts have a role in improving the quality of forensic expert testimony? Sanders, Joseph Dec 1, 2010 11005
So you want to be an expert witness? Kolodinsky, Jane Sep 22, 2010 3273
What are the policy implications of use of epidemiological evidence in mass torts and public health litigation? Ogolla, Christopher Sep 22, 2010 12416
United States v. Blazier: so exactly who needs an invitation to the dance? Coombs, David Edward Jul 1, 2010 6637
Bedouin Lands Case: No Clear Answers from Israel's Expert Witness. Jun 23, 2010 529
Defendants' judgment reversed: plaintiff's experts to testify. Tammelleo, A. David May 1, 2010 807
Admissibility tolerance: limited latitude for summary judgment material under rule 56. Boron, Justin J. Mar 22, 2010 27423
The impact of Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts on admissibility of forensic test results at courts-martial. Froehlich, Daniel M. Feb 1, 2010 14476
Experts cannot testify about the law - or can they? Under both Illinois and federal law, an expert may not opine about how the law applies to the case at bar or whether a party's actions were legal. But this seemingly simple principle can be hard to put into practice. Here's a look at how courts have applied the rule. Springer, James W. Feb 1, 2010 3324
Preserving facts, form, and function when a deaf witness with minimal language skills testifies in court. Tuck, Brandon M. Feb 1, 2010 25099
Flipping Daubert: putting climate change defendants in the hot seat. Hackney, Ryan Jan 1, 2010 22462
Appellate courts and independent experts. Ginsburg, Douglas H. Jan 1, 2010 10353
Witnesses: the rules for army health care providers. White, Ean P. Jan 1, 2010 1294
FL: Pre-suit notice of expert witness required: patient's sister-a veteran nurse-not qualified. Tammelleo, A. David Case overview Nov 1, 2009 569
RN's testimony as to 'cause' of bedsores ruled admissible. Tammelleo, A. David Case overview Oct 1, 2009 944
Court barred Dr.'s testimony v. advanced practice RN. Tammelleo, A. David Case overview Oct 1, 2009 1019
There but for the grace of God go I: the right of cross-examination in social security disability hearings. Dixon, Bradley S. Jun 22, 2009 8846
The parliament of the experts. Vermeule, Adrian May 1, 2009 18040
Five doctors & four nurses sued after delivery. Tammelleo, A. David Apr 1, 2009 949
Criminal law - expert testimony not required to distinguish pornographic images of real children from virtual children - United States v. Wilder. Duhaime, Gretchen L. Mar 22, 2009 3136
Burley v. Kytec Innovative Sports Equipment, Inc.: expert testimony in strict products liability cases in South Dakota. Dylla, Joseph M. Mar 22, 2009 18742
Cross-examination of experts: saving the best for trial; a veteran litigator advises trial lawyers not to reveal so much during discovery that they limit their ability to effectively cross-examine experts at trial. Davidson, Keith L. Feb 1, 2009 2785
Special masters, court-appointed experts and technical advisors in federal court. Connelly, Michael; Muir, John Jan 1, 2009 7763
Irreconcilable differences? The troubled marriage of science and law. Haack, Susan Jan 1, 2009 12715
Essay: conventions in science and in the courts: images and realities. Ravetz, Jerome R. Jan 1, 2009 7921
The arts of persuasion in science and law: conflicting norms in the courtroom. Kritzer, Herbert M. Jan 1, 2009 11686
Science, law, and the expert witness. Sanders, Joseph Jan 1, 2009 15645
How does science come to speak in the courts? Citations, intertexts, expert witnesses, consequential facts, and reasoning. Bazerman, Charles Jan 1, 2009 14598
Trials and tribulations: what happens when historians enter the courtroom. Rosner, David Jan 1, 2009 11002
Merton and the hot tub: scientific conventions and expert evidence in Australian civil procedure. Edmond, Gary Jan 1, 2009 14940
Recorded evidence. Ginsberg, Paul Jan 1, 2009 5345
Beyond the Goudge inquiry: is the Coroner part of "the Crown" for Stinchcombe disclosure obligations? Martin, Andrew Flavelle Jan 1, 2009 20077
On treatability: considerations of treatment in the context of newborn screening. Natowicz, Marvin R.; Zuckerman, Shlomit Jan 1, 2009 4041
Criminal law - inconclusive DNA test results admitted as relevant evidence despite absence of random match probability analysis - Commonwealth v. Mattei. O'Malley, Ryan Patrick Jan 1, 2009 7923
"And his roommate told me ...": should forensic mental health evaluators be barred from recounting third-party statements when explaining the basis of their opinions? Muller, Amanda Jan 1, 2009 12650
Conviction and sentence of "Beltway Sniper" upheld; testimony of defendant's mental health expert could be excluded when defendant refused to submit to an examination by the prosecution's expert; also, the defendant was competent to represent himself. Jan 1, 2009 1416
Federal Court of Appeals reverses state court finding that defendant was not guilty by reason of insanity; expert testimony establishing defendant's insanity unreasonably rejected; ruling not disturbed by Supreme Court. Hafemeister, Thomas L. Jan 1, 2009 1631
A mental health expert potentially violates a criminal defendant's constitutional rights by referring during testimony to the defendant's refusal to speak during an evaluation; ruling not disturbed by Supreme Court. Hafemeister, Thomas L. Jan 1, 2009 861
Defendant's proposed mental health expert testimony regarding insanity and mens rea deemed unreliable and unhelpful; ruling not disturbed by Supreme Court. Jan 1, 2009 1065
A textbook answer. Sachs, Robert L., Jr. Oct 1, 2008 1486
The last-minute expert. Slavik, Donald H. Oct 1, 2008 1218
Arrogance as evidentiary gift. Perdue, Jim M., Jr. Oct 1, 2008 812
A tale of two experts. Nace, Barry J. Oct 1, 2008 851
Put medical experts in the best light: necessary in no-fault jurisdictions, direct examination of medical experts in auto cases can increase jurors' instinctive trust of them - and show that these pillars of the community are on your side. Pillersdorf, Gary B. Oct 1, 2008 2609
Developing memorable expert testimony: you can turn your expert's dry technical testimony into a powerful teaching tool. Using PowerPoint slides to reinforce key points of your direct examination will help the jury understand, and remember, what your expert is saying. Sullivan, Robert; Langdon, Bob Oct 1, 2008 2216
Consider skipping expert testimony. Nasser, Dean Oct 1, 2008 336
Arizona law limiting med-mal experts is found unconstitutional. Sileo, Carmel Sep 1, 2008 673
Expert need not pinpoint cause of tire failure, Illinois judge rules. Walters, Cecily Sep 1, 2008 495
De-escalate the expert discovery wars: the federal rules permit maximum expert discovery, but it can be to your advantage to agree with your opponent to limit it. Here are tips for negotiating the best protection and drafting an ironclad discovery agreement. Chaffin, Eric T. Jun 1, 2008 3264
Don't depose all medical defense experts. Worel, Michael A. Jun 1, 2008 181
Alaska high court OKs disclosure of defense expert's tax records. Sileo, Carmel Jun 1, 2008 815
Different standards in med. mal. cases unconstitutional. Tammelleo, A. David Jun 1, 2008 916
It's what we do! Mitchell, Teresa May 1, 2008 234
The market for bad legal advice: academic professional responsibility consulting as an example. Simon, William H. Apr 1, 2008 22849
Gang prosecution: the need for qualifying law enforcement officers as expert witnesses. Wennar, Jeffrey T. Apr 1, 2008 2174
NY: Dr.'s motion to dismiss denied by court: court relied on affidavit of 'anonymous' expert. Tammelleo, A. David Apr 1, 2008 544
The test results said what? The post-Crawford admissibility of hearsay forensic evidence. Burke, Thomas F., III Mar 22, 2008 19279
Try deposing defense medical experts by videoconference. Sims, Dorothy Clay Feb 1, 2008 352
The difficult plaintiff: the influence of somatoform disorders in civil tort. Davidson, Terence M.; Tung, Jennifer J. Jan 1, 2008 6287
Virginia Supreme Court limits use of learned treatises in lieu of experts to establish facts at trial. Hafemeister, Thomas L. Jan 1, 2008 524
Is there an expert in the house? Expert evidence in insurance coverage cases. Newman, Thomas R. Oct 1, 2007 3915
An update on Rule 213 trial witness disclosure: the Illinois Supreme Court made important changes to the Rule 213 trial witness disclosure requirements in 2002. This article examines the evolution of Rule 213 and reviews the Supreme Court and Appellate Court decisions addressing the rule over the last five years. Wurl, Daniel P. Sep 1, 2007 5799
Plaintiffs failed to introduce evidence as to authority of text. Tammelleo, A. David Sep 1, 2007 754
Wading into litigation support: CPA consultants can uncover the flaws in an opposing side's expert witness reports. Fenton, Edmund, Jr. Aug 1, 2007 2327
Expert opinion in class certifications: Second Circuit revisits, disavows In re Visa Check and joins majority rule. Davis, Dwight J.; Kowalski, Karen R.; Ansley, Brandon P. Jul 1, 2007 4042
Collateral source rule and med bills - plaintiff's, defense bar each win one: two districts of the appellate court construe Arthur v. Catour, holding that plaintiffs can recover only what Medicare and Medicaid paid the provider - not the larger, undiscounted amount billed - and allowing a physician's expert testimony that a medical bill was reasonable. Gunnarsson, Helen W. Jul 1, 2007 914
Basis for finding an inmate incompetent to be executed expanded; gross delusions that obstruct an inmate's rational understanding of why the inmate is being executed are relevant; inmate entitled to a fair hearing and to submit own expert evidence on the competency question. Jul 1, 2007 1938
New York's high court rules that testimony by a forensic psychiatrist that recounts third-party statements where the third parties are not available for cross-examination violates the federal Constitution and is not admissible. Jul 1, 2007 1235
Low copy number DNA: reality vs. jury expectations. Wulff, Paula Hoffman May 1, 2007 1645
Daubert hearing is not a 'search for truth' Michigan court rules. Heylman, Susan Apr 1, 2007 542
Consumer protection act covers doctor's care, Kansas court rules. Porter, Rebecca Apr 1, 2007 691
Harnessing the hired guns: the substantive nature of Ohio Revised Code (section) 2743.43 under Article IV, Section 5(B) of the Ohio Constitution. Vrobel, Patrick Mar 22, 2007 13417
Challenging expert witness testimony in Florida products liability cases under Frye. Cavendish, Rebecca; Atkinson, Nicole Mar 1, 2007 4505
Oklahoma justices reject affidavit requirement in med-mal cases. Jablow, Valerie Mar 1, 2007 609
Independent judicial research in the Daubert age. Cheng, Edward K. Mar 1, 2007 23227
Experts can't cite talks with colleagues at trial, Florida high court says. Heylman, Susan Feb 1, 2007 635
Death is different: Kreutzer and the right to a mitigation specialist in military capital offense cases. Montgomery, J. Michael Feb 1, 2007 11037
Root out inconsistencies, bias in the medical report. Mills, JoJene Jan 1, 2007 248
Criminal insanity and mens rea: a discussion of Alabama insanity law and the role of psychiatrists in determining criminal insanity. Pickett, Kandice Jan 1, 2007 8791
Trial verdict assigning death penalty to Daryl Atkins because jury found he was not mentally retarded reversed because of improper expert testimony and inappropriate jury instructions. Hafemeister, Thomas L. Jan 1, 2007 1000
Experience can qualify an individual as an expert witness and a licensed professional counselor can provide testimony that a purported victim of child sexual abuse suffers from PTSD. Hafemeister, Thomas L. Jan 1, 2007 569
In federal court, a forensic psychologist can disclose information to a jury that constitutes hearsay if its probative value substantially outweighs its prejudicial effect; Fourth Circuit does not address Crawford issue. Hafemeister, Thomas L. Jan 1, 2007 711
Expert witnesses win their day in court against medical groups. Jablow, Valerie Sep 1, 2006 1146
A view from the bench: defense requested experts. Masterton, R. Peter Sep 1, 2006 2316
Ruling on computer evidence animates Pennsylvania high court. Sileo, Carmel Aug 1, 2006 611
Learning the wrong lessons from "an American tragedy": a critique of the Berger-Twerski informed choice proposal. Bernstein, David E. Aug 1, 2006 10856
From the wrong end of the telescope: a response to professor David Bernstein. Berger, Margaret A.; Twerski, Aaron D. Aug 1, 2006 4682
Flexible standards, deferential review: Daubert's legacy of confusion. Welch, Cassandra H. Jun 22, 2006 8036
Confronting experts whose opinions are neither supported nor directly contradicted by scientific literature. Kodsi, Neil D. Jun 1, 2006 4316
State asbestos bills would create obstacles for the injured. Apr 1, 2006 401
Everything new is old again: brain fingerprinting and evidentiary analogy. Roberts, Alexandra J. Mar 22, 2006 18484
The problem with probability: here's how to spot when defense experts misuse probability in your auto case, and what to do about it. Freeman, Michael D. Mar 1, 2006 2383
Recognizing neurotoxicity: the symptoms of brain injury from exposure to hazards like lead paint and toxic chemicals vary widely. But there are ways you and your experts can pinpoint the damage and its cause. Johnson, Dana Darby Mar 1, 2006 4496
Expert handwriting testimony: is the writing really on the wall? Francini, Simone Ling Jan 1, 2006 9795
Uncertainty and informed choice: unmasking Daubert. Berger, Margaret A.; Twerski, Aaron D. Nov 1, 2005 18904
Defending the informed consent case: analyzing the materiality of the risk, causation, and expert testimony requirements. Cobb, William G. Oct 1, 2005 8855
Daubert and lost-profits testimony: when lost profits are an issue, both parties' experts will face the judicial 'gatekeeper.' Study the case law to understand who will be admitted - and who will be stranded outside. Edelstein, Stewart I. Sep 1, 2005 2847
Daubert-proof your expert. Parfitt, Michelle A. Jul 1, 2005 216
See you in court? It's not exactly Crime Scene Investigation, but an assignment as an expert witness can be a challenging--and highly rewarding--experience. Pamplin, Chris May 1, 2005 2259
Dueling doctors: an argument for specialized medical testimony. Buschel, Robert C.; Gelb, Sean Dec 1, 2004 2687
Silence of the experts: professional medical associations are taking aim at doctors who testify for plaintiffs injured by negligent medical care. Will the law protect doctors who speak out? Roberts, Gary Oct 1, 2004 4220
North Carolina is not Daubert territory, state high court holds. Moen, Christian Harlan Oct 1, 2004 883
Treating physicians must get expert fees for testifying. Jablow, Valerie Oct 1, 2004 852
Are you an expert? Raspante, John F. Aug 1, 2004 1757
Opinion of value must be based on facts and data generally relied on by real estate experts. Brief Article Jan 1, 2004 310
Is forensic animation right for your case? As the capabilities of computer animation grow, so does their use at trial. Here's how to determine whether this tool can enhance your case presentation. Breaux, Steven P. Nov 1, 2003 3040
Ghostbusting prejudicial evidence: no haunting the manufacturer. Streza, Ralph; Twyman, Carmen Morris Oct 1, 2003 4649
Identity crisis: the obsolescence of Jasopersaud v. Rho and the medical malpractice expert exception. Shifton, Mark D. Sep 1, 2003 9723
Haute couture, poorly tailored crimes, and ill-fitting verdicts. Finkel, Norman J. Jun 22, 2003 29594
Expert evidence and its impact on jurors' decisions in homicide trials involving battered women. Schuller, Regina A. Jun 22, 2003 12768
Out-of-state physicians pressed for licensure before testifying. (Medical Malpractice Cases). Bates, Betsy Jun 1, 2003 715
An unwise 'reform' measure: many states require that plaintiffs enlist certified witnesses to authenticate their claims before filing a lawsuit. This increases costs and delays - and may infringe on constitutional rights. Kopstein, David M. May 1, 2003 2607
The fiction of technical peer review. Ryan, L.D. Jan 1, 2003 1071
Immunity for expert witnesses dwindling due to case law. (Psychiatrists Can Sometimes Be Held Liable). Boughton, Barbara Aug 1, 2002 423
Use and misuse of expert opinions at the class certification stage: use of expert opinions should not be permitted, but if courts continue to do so, defendants must attack the expert's qualifications and present their own. Davis, Dwight J.; Kowalski, Karen R. Jul 1, 2002 7412
A healer or an executioner? The proper role of a psychiatrist in a criminal justice system. Dolin, Gregory Jun 22, 2002 24743
What is an environmental expert? The impact of Daubert, Joiner and Kumho Tire on the admissibility of scientific expert evidence. Gagen, Andrew B. Dec 22, 2001 20826
Contingent fees for expert witnesses in eminent domain: competency or credibility? Brown, Henry M. Oct 1, 2001 4490
Expert testimony after Daubert ... Kozinski, Alex Jul 1, 2001 2062
Kumho and how we know. Sanders, Joseph Mar 22, 2001 23578
Health care ethics experts in Canadian courts. Downie, Jocelyn Mar 22, 2001 5397
Strange bedfellows: politics, courts, and statistics; statistical expert testimony in voting rights cases. Cho, Wendy K. Tam; Yoon, Albert H. Mar 22, 2001 12760
Out of the fire and into the Fryeing pan or back to the future. Miltenberg, Ned Mar 1, 2001 4338
Setting limits on judicial scientific, technical, and other specialized fact-finding in the new millennium. Siegel, Adam J. Nov 1, 2000 23347
Accountants Considerations of Daubert-Related Decisions on Valuation Expert Testimony. Reilly, Robert F. Oct 1, 2000 3751
Navigating expert reliability: are criminal standards of certainty being left on the dock? Risinger, D. Michael Sep 22, 2000 28930
Senate Judiciary moves expert witness bill. Brief Article Apr 1, 2000 318
Proposed rule changes narrow discovery, limit depositions, and restrict expert testimony. Gelhaus, Lisa Jan 1, 2000 1322
Myths about `neutral' scientific experts. Miltenberg, Ned Jan 1, 2000 4277
Winning strategies for deposing the adverse expert. Feldman, Michael H. Jan 1, 2000 3381
Ipse dixits fail to pass expert testimony muster. Jan 1, 2000 392
A "new" rule of reason from Justice Brandeis' "concentric circles" and other changes in law. Weller, Charles D. Dec 22, 1999 24729
Hazards of expert witnesses: disclosing work product and limiting testimony. Fleming, Robert D. Oct 1, 1999 8407
Expert medical testimony: is there an answer to "not only relevant, but reliable"? Collins, Richard B.; Krizner, William T. Jul 1, 1999 3739
Project Offers Expert Advice for Judges. Brief Article Jul 1, 1999 142
Attorney Cannot Testify As Expert Witness on Legal Issues. May 1, 1999 579
Admissibility v. sufficiency: the dilemma of expert evidence in toxic tort cases. Linn, Stacy A. Apr 1, 1999 7159
The impact of Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc., on expert testimony: with applications to securities litigation. Mahle, Stephen Mar 1, 1999 5491
Court rules on accountant's expert testimony. Baliga, Wayne Mar 1, 1999 626
Discrediting defense experts in whiplash cases: to support a pre-trial motion to exclude defense expert testimony in these cases, the lawyer must expose the faulty methodologies in the biomedical and engineering literature. Reiser, Mark Mar 1, 1999 4347
Tougher rules for expert witnesses. Feb 1, 1999 473
When the rules change. Burke, Kevin Brief Article Feb 1, 1999 1777
Pending discovery and expert evidence revisions. Linder, Rex K. Jan 1, 1999 720
Where is the common knowledge? Empirical support for requiring expert testimony in sexual harassment trials. Shestowsky, Donna Jan 1, 1999 16104
Fifth Circuit extends Daubert to physicians' causation testimony. McMurry, Kelly Nov 1, 1998 947
Courting reliable science: judges seek to improve use of scientific experts in trials. Monastersky, Richard Cover Story Apr 18, 1998 2310
Antitrust economics as science after Daubert. Weller, Charles D. Dec 22, 1997 19940
Deciphering Daubert. Hamilton, Patrick A. Nov 1, 1997 4136
Assessing admissibility of nonscientific expert evidence under Federal Evidence Rule 702. Oh, Peter B. Oct 1, 1997 6798
Defending design professionals: is contract language an adequate shield? Snodgrass, Gary E.; Thomas, William S. Jul 1, 1997 7401
Junking 'junk science.' Buchan, Philip Mar 1, 1997 1036
Assessing the fitness of novel scientific evidence in the post-Daubert era: pesticide exposure cases as a paradigm for determining admissibility. Mahaney, Erin K.L. Dec 22, 1996 12931
Proving what seems unprovable. Subar, Lorin M. Dec 1, 1996 4380
Federalist Society conference focuses on civil justice system. Hellwege, Jean Brief Article Nov 1, 1996 385
Admissibility of nonscientific expert testimony: should courts import the near miss doctrine? Imwinkelried, Edward J. Oct 1, 1996 3743
Court raises standard for expert testimony against accounting firms. Baliga, Wayne Sep 1, 1996 514
Court orders search for neutral experts in breast implant litigation. Shoop, Julie Gannon Aug 1, 1996 618
The Daubert decision: gatekeeper or executioner? Cohen, Larry E. Aug 1, 1996 2940
Reviving the dying spirit of rule 704: put the legal conclusion doctrine to rest. Cook, Kathy Jo Oct 1, 1995 5893
Court sets expert standards. Baliga, Wayne Brief Article Aug 1, 1995 348
The factual basis of an appraiser's testimony. Boothe, Russell H. Apr 1, 1995 3075
Daubert and junk science: have admissibility standards changed? Miller, Nancy A. Oct 1, 1994 11617
Scientific testimony after Daubert: some early returns from lower courts. Mack, Thomas J. Aug 1, 1994 5881
Federal standards for admissibility of expert evidence on causation. Slater, Angela D. Jan 1, 1994 5770
More on Newark Morning Ledger. Marchbein, Joe Aug 1, 1993 361
Psychiatric testimony not harmless error. Jul 1, 1988 648
Giving a deposition in a malpractice suit. Harris, Patricia C. Sep 1, 1986 2224
Virginia's new forensic evaluation laws. Fitch, W. Lawrence Jan 1, 1986 5247
Ake v. Oklahoma: new directions for forensic evaluation. Fitch, W. Lawrence Jan 1, 1985 7593
Court-appointed experts in commitments. Jan 1, 1985 392

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