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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attorneys who lug around bankers’ boxes stuffed with exhibits may soon seem like Luddites given the growing popularity of the iPad at depositions and trials. Increasingly, tria...
When does an attorney need a linguist? Here are some of legal specialties in which linguistic expertise can prove valuable to the attorney.
It is the rare attorney who has had very much education or experience in engineering and the sciences. Even rarer are those who have had enough to make good choices about the testing...
Federal courts are moving toward assessing damages in patent infringement cases with the (newer) key criterion of consumer demand generated by the patents at issue rather than the tr...
Despite all the changes in the legal industry in the last few years, a few things have stayed the same. Cases still need experts. Experts still charge for their services. ...
…in reverse order. In true Old Testament style, we bring you a (hopefully humorous) list of the top ten expert dos and don’ts.
Several years ago Columbia Law School's William H. Simon published an essay that was what one legal academic called "the blockbuster legal ethics article of the year." ...