Two forensic engineers were hired to offer their opinions on the alleged failure of a hair dryer. Both motions to exclude their testimony were denied.
Defendants’ appealed RICO convictions on numerous grounds, one of which was a challenge to the district court’s decision to allow expert witness testimony of gang expert witnesses. The appeals court confirmed the opinion of the district court.
Circuit court excluded witness testimony of four experts related to injuries caused to a baby during birth. Court of Appeals reversed the opinion and remanded for further proceedings.
Court reverses lower court opinion (affirmed by the Court of Appeals) allowing the causation expert witness testimony of Dr. Jerrold Abraham. Spaca argued that expert’s cumulative exposure theory dis not fit the legal standard of causation. The Supreme Court agreed.
Plaintiff hired pathology expert witness to opine on pain and suffering in a products liability case. Defendant filed a motion to exclude the testimony. The court granted in the motion in part and denied the motion in part.
Plaintiff sued Defendant related to unfair and deceptive business practices related to exercise equipment. The defendant filed a motion to exclude the testimony of the plaintiff’s biomedical engineering expert witness. The court granted the motion.
Appellant was convicted on numerous counts of child sexual abuse by the trial court. He appealed this conviction, arguing that the court erred when it allowed expert witness testimony on child sexual abuse accommodation syndrome (CSAAS). The appeals court affirmed the convictions of the lower court.