FreeLife International v. American Educational Music , No. CV07-2210-PHX-DGC. (2010)

FreeLife International v. American Educational Music


The Court held that each party's experts could present opinions only to the extent that they were relevant to the underlying claims of the case and were reasonably founded in fact or experience. Expert testimony was to be limited to the content of the expert's report and the evidence supporting any assertions within that report. The Court allowed the expert to offer his opinion on subjects having marginal factual support, declaring that cross examination was the proper method of questioning the basis of the expert opinion when the evidence then before the court suggested that the basis was not without merit.

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