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Decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court
Decision - Pretty much the watershed decision
addressing "junk science" in the court room.
In this case expert witness testimony was excluded
because it was not based on peer-reviewed and published
references or reproducible experimental evidence with a
|West Virginia Univ. Hospitals, Inc. v. Casey
- The court ruled that expert witnesses services would
only be reimbursed to the prevailing party at the rate
of $30/day. Scalia, J., delivered the opinion of the
Court, in which Rehnquist, C. J., and White, O'Connor,
Kennedy, and Souter, JJ., joined. Marshall, J., filed a
dissenting opinion. Stevens, J., filed a dissenting
opinion, in which Marshall and Blackmun, JJ., joined.
Tire Co. v. Carmichael - This tire-failure case
rested in significant part upon the depositions of a
tire failure analyst who intended to testify that, in
his expert opinion, a defect in the tire’s manufacture
or design caused the replica watches blow out. That opinion was based
upon a visual and tactile inspection of the tire and
upon the theory that in the absence of at least two of
four specific, physical symptoms indicating tire abuse,
the tire failure of the sort that occurred here was
caused by a defect.
Electric Co. v. Joiner - After he was diagnosed with
small-cell lung cancer, the respondent sued in Georgia
state court, alleging, inter alia, that his disease was
“promoted?by his workplace exposure to chemical
“PCBs?and derivative “furans?and “dioxins?
that were manufactured by, or present in materials
manufactured by, petitioners.
v. Marley Co. - An individual died of carbon
monoxide poisoning during a fire in her home. Her son,
petitioner, individually and on behalf of her heirs
brought this diversity action in the District Court
seeking wrongful death damages. They alleged that a
defect in a heater, manufactured by defendant (now
respondent) Marley Company and located in Bonnie
Weisgram’s home, caused both the fire and her death.
KSR International Co. v. Teleflex
Inc. et al. - A decision regarding obviousness of
Software Expert - Computer Controlled Machines and Robotics Litigation Support
Expert and Reproductive
Endocrinologist, L. Jacobs, M.D. - A unique, down-to-earth way of simply explaining complicated medical procedures and issues - Gynecologic Laparoscopy Surgery Complications - Infertility & In Vitro Fertilization.
Meyer Solny, MD - Dr. Solny is a board-certified gastroenterologist
trained at Colombia and Cornell. He has had an active gastroenterology practice
for the past 25
years and is on staff at NY Presbyterian Hospital and Weill Cornell College of Medicine.
Contamination, Dr. Robert Foye - With over forty
years of professional experience including some
twenty-two years in environmental management, Dr. Foye
is a true hands-on experienced expert.
Zavatsky: Clinical & Forensic Toxicologist - 26 years experience in Alcohols, DUI, post-mortem, narcotics, drugs & driving, NIDA testing, drugs of abuse (blood & urine) and lab instrumentation (GC, GC/MS). Licensed in forensic and clinical toxicology. Experience explaining complex issues to juries.
in: CA - will travel out of state
Expert Witness Group - Extensive experience in medical
and administrative malpractice, practice operations,
hospital management, insurance and TPA, Medicare and
Medicaid, billing replica watches uk and managed care. Offices Nationwide
Medical Care - K. A. Stein, M.D. - Dr.
Stein furnishes an unbiased opinion on medical
malpractice and negligence cases, not guaranteeing a
favorable outcome but providing an honest assessment.
Trading Litigation Support - Commodities, Stocks, Securities,
Derivatives, Options, Bonds - Serving clients since 1979
as experts and consultants in investment and trading
litigation. Offices in: CA and WA - will travel out of
Security Consulting - Expertise in Hospitality (Hotel, Motel, Resort; Bars and
Nightclubs; Fast Food and Restaurant) Parking Lots and
Garages; Office Buildings; Retail Stores and Shopping
Centers, plus, Shoplifting Detentions and Use of Force.
Offices in: OH - will travel out of state
Fastener Failure Expert:
Fastener Consulting Services,
Inc. - Failure investigations, cars and
trucks, analysis and rolex replica solutions; testimony in fastener related litigation; applications engineering; fastener seminars and training; import source development; conflict resolution;
fastener metallurgy and manufacturing engineering. Offices
in the US and Asia .
and Obstetrical Surgery Complications - Dr. Connelly is Board Certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, has a full-time private practice, and earned a law degree from the Nashville School of Law. She provides expertise in general obstetrical and gynecological cases.
Offices in TN - will travel out of state.
Lending & Lender
Joe J. Crawford, CRE - Former C.O.O. of $700 million real estate
investment firm; Typical cases include lender liability, breach of contract, commitments to
lend, failure to fund, tortious interference, continuing development obligations and failed
Wilderness Medicine Expert:
Carl Weil - Field of cases includes: Archery, Appraisals, Camps,
Climbing in gyms and on traditional rock, Equine activities, Guest and working ranches, General
Aviation, Guiding, Hunting, Horses, Livestock, Mountaineering, Outfitting, Schools and Safety.
Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation Expert - Dr. Leibowitz is a board certified physician with greater than fifteen years experience in this field. Litigation support services include Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Workers Compensation, Disability Determination and Disability
E. Creak: Escalator and Elevator Expert - Specializing in
investigation, claims resolution and expert witness
services. Experience with more than 2500 cases, NAESA
Certified ASME QEI Elevator Safety Inspector. 40+-year
career spanning the elevator and escalator industry.
Offices in: TX - will travel out of state
Safety Expert: Ivan Katzer - Consulting arborist and
tree expert, providing services for landscape architects,
developers, builders, municipalities, golf course
managers, home associations, homeowners, insurance
companies, commercial property owners and managers, and
attorneys. Offices in: MO - will travel out of state
Shaw, PE - A unique combination of operations and
engineering - Water and wastewater, conveyance,
hydraulics, storage, reuse (biosolids and effluent),
master planning, operations, maintenance, failure,
standard of care, product suitability and construction
defects. Offices in: CA - will travel out of state
Federal Rules of Evidence
Federal Rules of Evidence (2003) Article I. General Provisions
- These rules govern proceedings in the courts of the
United States and before United States bankruptcy judges
and United States magistrate judges, to the extent and
with the exceptions stated in rule 1101 .
|Federal Rules of Evidence (2003) Article II. Judicial Notice
- A judicially noticed fact must be one not subject to
reasonable dispute in that it is either (1) generally
known within the territorial jurisdiction of the trial
court or (2) capable of accurate and ready determination
by resort to sources whose accuracy cannot reasonably be
|Federal Rules of Evidence (2003) Article III. Presumptions in Civil Actions and Proceedings
- In civil actions and proceedings, the effect of a
presumption respecting a fact which is an element of a
claim or defense as to which State law supplies the rule
of decision is determined in accordance with State law.
|Federal Rules of Evidence (2003) Article IV. Relevancy and its Limits
- "Relevant evidence" means evidence having
any tendency to make the existence of any fact that is
of consequence to the determination of the action more
probable or less probable than it would be without the
Federal Rules of Evidence (2003) Article V. Privileges
- The privilege of a witness, person, government, State,
or political subdivision thereof shall be governed by the
principles of the common law as they may be interpreted by
the courts of the United States in the light of reason and
|Federal Rules of Evidence (2003) Article VI. Witnesses
- Every person is competent to be a witness except as
otherwise provided in these rules. However, in civil
actions and proceedings, with respect to an element of a
claim or defense as to which State law supplies the rule
of decision, the competency of a witness shall be
determined in accordance with State law.
|Federal Rules of Evidence (2003) Article VII. Opinions and Expert Testimony
- If the witness is not testifying as an expert, the
witness' testimony in the form of opinions or inferences
is limited to those opinions or inferences which are (a)
rationally based on the perception of the witness, and
(b) helpful to a clear understanding of the witness'
testimony or the determination of a fact in issue, and
(c) not based on scientific, technical, or other
specialized knowledge within the scope of Rule 702 .
|Federal Rules of Evidence (2003) Article VIII. Hearsay
- A "statement" is (1) an oral or written
assertion or (2) nonverbal conduct of a person, if it is
intended by the person as an assertion.
|Federal Rules of Evidence (2003) Article IX. Authentication and Verifications
- The requirement of authentication or identification as
a condition precedent to admissibility is satisfied by
evidence sufficient to support a finding that the matter
in question is what its proponent claims.
|Federal Rules of Evidence (2003) Article X. Contents of Writings, Recordings, and Photographs
- "Writings" and "recordings"
consist of letters, words, or numbers, or their
equivalent, set down by handwriting, typewriting,
printing, photostating, photographing, magnetic impulse,
mechanical or electronic recording, or other form of
|Federal Rules of Evidence (2003) Article XI. Miscellaneous Rules
- These rules apply to the United States district
courts, the District Court of Guam, the District Court
of the Virgin Islands, the District Court for the
Northern Mariana Islands, the United States courts of
appeals, the United States Claims Court, and to the
United States bankruptcy judges and United States
magistrate judges, in the actions, cases, and
proceedings and to the extent hereinafter set forth.
Technologies Australia Pty Limited and Aristocrat
Procter & Gamble Company v. Teva Pharmaceuticals
Leapfrog Enterprises, Inc. v. Fisher-Price, Inc. and Mattel, Inc.
Muniauction v. Thomson
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