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Cross-Examining the Expert Witness in a PL Case Part III: Challenging the Methodology

In this third and last installment of our three-part series examining the type of deposition questioning that can derail your opponent’s expert and set up a successful Daubert challenge, we will look at Daubert’s insistence...more

Cross-Examining the Expert Witness in a PL Case: What Are the Relevant Facts & Data? (Part 2)

In the first part of this series, we examined how effective deposition questioning about an expert’s education, training and experience can ultimately call into serious question the expert’s qualifications to serve as an...more

Asking the Right Questions at the Expert’s Deposition to lay the foundation for your client’s Daubert Challenge (Part 1)

Deposing your adversary’s liability expert is not only a chance to delve into the details of the expert’s opinions, but the deposition also presents a great opportunity for defense counsel to explore the sustainability of the...more

New York Appellate Courts Now Unified on Hague’s “Send versus Serve” Issue

New York’s appellate departments are now unified with respect to their interpretation of Article 10(a) of the Hague Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters...more

Revisiting the Post-Sale Duty to Warn

A federal district court judge in New York City’s Southern District, applying Virginia law, recently invoked the concept of a manufacturer’s “post-sale duty to warn” to hold an automobile company potentially liable for...more

How Far Is Too Far? New York Clarifies Potential Warnings Liability for Third-Party Products

It’s probably common knowledge to even a novice product liability practitioner that a manufacturer can be held liable for a defect in a component part supplied by another company that is integrated into the manufacturer’s end...more

3D-Printed Prescription Drugs a Huge Stride Forward for Personalized Medicine

Advances in 3D printing (3DP) technology have paved the way for pharmaceutical companies to print prescription drugs. Aprecia Pharmaceuticals recently announced that the FDA has granted it approval to manufacture Spritam®...more

Is Our Legal System Ready for the Evolution of 3D Printing Technology?

When we wrote back in November 2013 about 3D Printing and Product Liability Law, we predicted that the 3D printing revolution “will challenge our long-held notions of product liability law and the common assumptions made...more

A Picture Paints a Thousand Words: Video Recording an Accident Demonstration

One of the more frustrating aspects of defending power tool cases occurs during the deposition of the plaintiff – at the point where he attempts to describe in minute detail how his accident happened. Then, at trial, just...more

Home or Away? Where Should That Deposition Take Place?

When a corporate defendant is sued in a federal court outside its home state, the issue of where its deposition will be conducted can become a bone of contention. The traditional rule, accepted by most practitioners, is that...more

8/5/2014  /  Depositions , Venue
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