This case involves healthcare benefits fraud. The Government and the Defendants both hired expert witnesses to assist with their arguments. Both filed motions to exclude, but the court denied both motions.
In this personal injury and products liability case, the plaintiff hired two engineering expert witnesses to help in her case. The judge allowed the testimony after a Daubert challenge.
The plaintiff, the widow of a woman who died after childbirth, sued the medical facilities for malpractice. He called four expert witnesses. Two were excluded and two were partially excluded.
Defendant was indicted for transferring a gun to a minor and for affecting interstate commerce. Defendant hired an expert witness in memory and perception. The court excluded this expert from testifying.
The plaintiff sued for antitrust issues regarding shopping mall leasing. Both parties hired economists to provide expert witness testimony. The motions to exclude were denied in part and granted in part
Plaintiff sued defendant for false and misleading statements about the effects of Prevagen. The plaintiff hired a biochemistry expert witness to help prove the case and the motion to exclude this expert wad denied. Continue reading
Plaintiff appeals a decision of the the district court excluding the expert opinions related to a vehicle crash and subsequent fire. The court affirmed the opinion of the district court.