Under 'Daubert', It Isn't Getting Easier to Find a 'Reliable' Expert Witness
April 18, 2017 | New York Law Journal
Almost 25 years after the Supreme Court's decision in Daubert v. Merrill Dow Pharmaceuticals, recent cases in the Southern District of New York continue to demonstrate the wide latitude that the Daubert standard affords to judges ruling on the admissibility of expert testimony. In this article, we discuss several decisions from the past year that have applied Daubert in circumstances both novel and familiar to varying results.
Under 'Daubert', It Isn't Getting Easier to Find a 'Reliable' Expert Witness (pdf | 364.47 KB)