Here are some recent challenges to expert witness testimony in federal and state courts:
- Danielides v. Northrop Grumman Corporation (Illinois Northern District Court – October 8th, 2015) – Expert Ronald Flom, a retired U.S. Army Colonel, was excluded from testifying as a government procurement expert.
- Mcdaniel v. Kidde Residential & Commercial (Pennsylvania District Court – October 8th, 2015) – Expert David J. Bizzak, Ph.D., P.E., a professional engineer expert witness who specializes in product failures, was allowed to testify in products liability case involving a fire extinguisher.
- Holmes et al v. Godinez et al (Illinois Northern District Court – October 8th, 2015) – Expert Elizabeth Stanoshek, a prison expert witness, was allowed to testify on ADA compliance policies in prisons in case involving ADA rights in a prison system.
- Prism Technologies v. T-Mobile USA, Inc. (Nebraska District Court – October 8th, 2015) – W. Christopher Bakewell, a business valuation expert witness, was partially allowed to testify in this patent infringement case.
- Gels Co. Inc. v. Hesselgrave (Kentucky Court of Appeals – October 9th, 2015) – Lee Martin, an architecture expert witness, was allowed to testify in this dance floor negligence case.
- Good et al v. American Water Works Company, Inc. et al – (West Virginia Southern District Court – October 8th, 2015) – Two expert testimonies were allowed and two were denied in this water supply negligence case: Lawrence M. Stanton (chemicals expert witness – Allowed), Seward G. Gilbert (expert in engineering – Not Allowed), Harvey Rosen, Ph.D (economics expert – Not Allowed), David Scott Simonton, Ph.D. (Environmental expert – Allowed).