• Features

    Challenges to the Admissibility of Evidence in the 'Omics' Era

    Ronald J. Levine and K. Heather Robinson

    Even though the technology is cutting edge, the admissibility of expert testimony regarding genetic testing is subject to age-old rules. This article reviews some recent decisions regarding genomics, and provides practice pointers for litigators involved in these types of proceedings.

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    Successor Liability and the Long-Lived Product

    Janice G. Inman

    When is a successor company liable for the torts of its predecessor? The question can be a thorny one, and each state has its own take on the issue.

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  • Features

    Understanding NY's Economic Loss Rule

    Brian P. Heermance and Christopher P. Keenoy

    New York's Economic Loss Rule is purportedly a simple common law principle. However, its evolution and application have proven to be quite the opposite. It can significantly minimize exposure in many cases, and in some instances result in the complete dismissal of a claim.

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    Case Notes

    Discussion of a pelvic mesh verdict.

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