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Expert Witnesses Litigation

Do Daubert Motions Really Work?

Part One of a Three-Part Article

More than 20 years into the Daubert era, a surprising number of litigators still have doubts and disagreements about the effectiveness of motions in limine challenging the admissibility of federal court opinion testimony under Federal Rules of Evidence (FRE) 702. Among the concerns commonly expressed by the trial bar is the perception that so-called Daubert motions are a long shot at best, often not worth the time and effort.

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More than 20 years into the Daubert era, a surprising number of litigators still have doubts and disagreements about the effectiveness of motions in limine challenging the admissibility of federal court opinion testimony under Federal Rules of Evidence (FRE) 702. Among the concerns commonly expressed by the trial bar is the perception that so-called Daubert motions are a long shot at best, often not worth the time and effort.

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