Plaintiff filed suit against the Defendant for alleged environmental contamination. Both parties hired experts to provide testimony. The court denied the motion to exclude the environmental engineering expert witness and granted in part and denied in part the motion to exclude the testimony of the hydrology & groundwater expert witnesses
Plaintiff sued Defendant related to child abuse violations from 1974 to 1981. The Plaintiff hired a forensic psychiatry expert witness and a psychology expert witness to assist in his case. The Defendant filed a motion to exclude the testimony of both of these experts. The court denied the motion.
Plaintiff sued Defendant after slipping on a bath mat in a bathroom owned by the latter. Plaintiff hired a walking & working surfaces expert witness to provide testimony in the case and the Defendant filed a motion to exclude. The court denied the motion to exclude.
Plaintiff slipped and fell on water that had accumulated on the floor of Defendant’s hotel. Plaintiff hired two experts: a plumbing & HVAC expert witness and a hotel & hospitality expert witness. Defendant filed motions to exclude these experts, which the court granted in part and denied in part.
Plaintiff sued defendant after her husband died almost a year after a heart/lung bypass machine stopped working during surgery. The plaintiff hired a pulmonary medicine expert witness to provide testimony. The defendant filed a motion to exclude, which the court granted.
Plaintiff sued defendant based on a contract dispute. The defendant hires three experts to assist in their case and the plaintiff filed motions to exclude these witnesses. The court granted one motion and denied two.
Plaintiff sued defendant related to allegedly illegal reimbursements for prescription drugs. Both parties hired experts to provide testimony on their behalf and both filed Daubert motions to exclude. The court denied both motions.
Plaintiff filed suit over an excavation related to a construction project. One company, DBM hired four experts to testify on their behalf. Motions were filed to exclude these experts. The motions were denied.
Plaintiff sued defendant for allegedly copying their residential home design plans. The defendant hired an architecture expert witness and the plaintiff filed a motion to exclude. The court denied the motion in part and granted the motion in part.
The appellant asked the current court to opine that the circuit court erred when it allowed five physicians to provide expert testimony. The criminal court of appeals affirmed the circuit court convictions.