Plaintiffs sued defendants for product liability after a fire broke out in their garage. Plaintiff hired an Electrical Engineering Expert Witness to provide expert witness testimony. The court allowed the testimony.
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Plaintiff sued defendant for violations of the plaintiff’s right to a fair trial under the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. Defendant hired a Law Enforcement Expert Witness, which was challenged by the plaintiff. The court allowed the testimony under Daubert.
In one of many Daubert motions in front of this court, the defendants present the expert witness testimony of Urology Expert Witness Brian Parker, M.D. The plaintiff has filed a motion to exclude, which was granted in part and denied in part by the court.
Plaintiff sued defendant restaurant after contracting salmonella. Plaintiff hired a Infectious Disease Expert Witness to provide expert witness testimony, which was challenged by the defendant. The lower court denied the motion, which was affirmed by the Supreme Court.
Defendant is charged with possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance and using and carrying a firearm. Plaintiff hired a Chemistry Expert Witness to provide expert witness testimony. Defendant argues that this testimony should be excluded. The court sides with the plaintiff.
Plaintiff indicted defendant with numerous counts of robbery and brandishing a firearm. Both parties hired Fingerprints Expert Witnesses to provide expert witness testimony and both parties filed motions to exclude. The motion to exclude the plaintiff’s expert is denied and the motion to exclude the defendant’s expert is granted.
Plaintiff sued defendant for use of excessive force during a police stop. Plaintiff hired a Police Procedures Expert Witness to provide an expert opinion, which was challenged by the defendant. The court denied the motion.
Plaintiff filed sued against defendant for an alleged breach of a Broker-Carrier Agreement. The defendant hired a Logistics/Freight Forwarding Expert Witness to provide expert testimony. The plaintiff filed a motion to exclude this testimony, which was granted in part and denied in part by the court.
Plaintiff sued defendant after falling from a defective chair. The defendant hired a Biomechanics Expert Witness to provide testimony, which was challenged by the plaintiff. The court opined that the testimony will be allowed in part.