Plaintiff sued defendants for exposure to asbestos during his years of working with automobile parts. The plaintiff hired an occupational/environmental health expert witness to assist in the case. The defendants filed a motion to exclude, which was denied by the court.
Plaintiff sued defendants for violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, arguing that they inaccurately reported and investigated a delinquent account as charged off. Plaintiff hired a credit damage expert witness to assist in his case. Defendant filed a motion to exclude, which the court granted.
Plaintiff sued the defendant because they believe that they are entitled to post-termination commissions for sales of automotive parts they landed on behalf of the defendant. Both parties hired automotive expert witnesses to prove their cases and both parties filed motion to exclude. The court granted these motions in part and denied them in part.
Plaintiff filed suit after a collision occurred at defendant’s retail store. The plaintiff hired a chiropractic expert witness to provide testimony. The defendant filed a motion to exclude this testimony. The court denied the motion to exclude.
Plaintiff filed a products liability lawsuit against the manufacturer and installer of an Advanced Electronic Vehicle Interface Technology driving system. The plaintiff hired a mechanical engineering expert witness to assist in a providing causation testimony. The defendant filed a motion to exclude. The district court excluded the testimony and the appeals court affirmed the opinion.
Plaintiff sued defendant related to a transfer of funds to an attorney’s trust account. The defendant hired a legal ethics expert witness to assist in his case. The plaintiff filed a motion to exclude, which was denied by the court.
Plaintiff filed a putative class action against the defendant related to automatic enrollment into a toll pay system. Both parties hired marketing expert witnesses, both parties filed motions to exclude, and both motions were denied.
Plaintiffs sued defendant for violation of the Endangered Species Act and hired two experts to assist in their case. The court allowed the veterinary expert witness in full and partially allowed the animals expert witness.
Plaintiff sued his former employer under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Florida Civil Rights act of 1992. The defendant hired a mechanical engineer expert witness to provide testimony. The Plaintiff filed a motion to exclude and the court granted the motion.
Plaintiff sued defendant after she allegedly slipped and fell on a puddle of water. The plaintiff hired a Plumbing & HVAC Expert Witness. The defendant filed a motion to exclude this expert testimony and the court agreed. The testimony was not allowed.