Expert Rulings, News, & Commentary
BullsEye is a weekly column that focuses on ethical issues surrounding the use of expert witnesses, how to best utilize experts, and the changes in relevant case law. We sift through the latest court rulings, legislation, and commentary that matter most to litigators and experts alike. To submit an original article for consideration, please email email@example.com.
Many inventions come about through the combined efforts of two (or more) inventors, but what happens when it takes two to infringe a patent?
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The District of Columbia has gone Daubert and follows thirty-nine states to do so. But why? Take the one sentence challenge. Can you articulate in one sentence which standard is bett...
They say the art of negotiating is learning what the other side truly wants. What if they want a donation to cancer research? That’s admirable. But what if it is not the plaint...
If Amazon says it’s a Snuggie, that’s what it is, right? Not according to Allstar Marketing, which is now seeking millions in a recently-filed lawsuit against Amazon for ...
In preparing for false advertising litigation, attorneys often employ consumer research experts to address the impact on purchasing behavior and damages experts to determine the unfa...
There are three things you don’t discuss at a dinner party: politics, religion and Obamacare, but when the Obama administration sues to stop $91 billion in medical insurance pr...
We don’t mean it as a trick question. It can often be one of the hardest elements to satisfy in a false advertisement or copyright infringement case. A recent opinion from the ...
After a $70M verdict in Missouri, Johnson & Johnson wants a venue where the courts put experts’ feet to the Frye-er. When it comes to admitting scientific testim...