Expert Rulings, News, & Commentary
BullsEye is a legal blog on expert topics published by IMS ExpertServices. We sift through mountains of legal news and commentary to extract the rulings and developments that matter most to litigators and experts. Issues typically covered include ethical issues in the use of expert witnesses, effective coordination with experts and changes in relevant case law. To submit an original article for consideration, please email email@example.com.
A dash of corporate intrigue lurked beneath the surface of a recent Tenth Circuit antitrust decision and was appealed due to the testimony of an expert witness.
Should an expert's testimony be excluded from trial if it is inconsistent with his client's testimony? Read more to learn about the recent decision made by a three-judge pane...
The America Invents Act introduced a procedure called inter partes review (IPR) that provides accused patent infringers with a mechanism to use prior art consisting of patents and pr...
In a decision this month to partially reject PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP’s motion to dismiss a $1 billion lawsuit filed by MF Global, U.S. District Court Judge Victor Marrero fo...
In a decision handed down earlier this year an Alabama District Court addressed multiple Daubert challenges leveled by plaintiff against defendant’s participation loan expert.
Barely two months after the Supreme Court gave federal judges greater discretion to award attorneys' fees in patent litigation, the judges are taking heed. In at least six cases ...
While we presume you’ve heard about the FX fixing scandal, you are forgiven if you might confuse it with the abuse of custodial trust FX scandal, the FX rate hard sales markup ...
In a prior blog post, we discussed a decision denying Apple’s motion to exclude the opinion of the plaintiffs’ antitrust economics expert. This post examines the same dec...
A recent state appellate opinion has made it clear that any appeal that is old enough to have been decided under Florida’s old evidentiary laws will now be scrutinized under th...