With recent amendments to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26 and a proliferation of Motions to Strike/Exclude Expert Testimony under the Court’s responsibility as a gatekeeper of information that is to be considered by a jury, keeping apprised of recent rulings on these issues is key to effectively using experts in defending mass tort claims. This presentation will discuss the changes to Rule 26, including how courts have handled discovery disputes involving experts, and will address recent Daubert and Frye decisions that may assist in having an opponent’s experts testimony stricken before presentation to a jury as well as other considerations as you work on expert preparation for mass tort cases. 

To hear the entire presentation and three other timely and important topics relating to Mass Torts and Class Actions, please join us Wednesday afternoon at 3:30pm at the Mass Torts and Class Actions SLG presentation. You'll be glad you did. 
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