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Frye’d by admissibility standards: does the standard of admissibility in state court make any difference in practice?

USA - January 12 2012 Expert testimony frequently plays a dispositive role in mass tort and complex product liability cases, and the applicable standard used to determine whether such key evidence is admissible in state court can vary across state lines.

Co-authors: Mary E. Desmond .


Cy pres . . . say what ? State laws governing disbursement of residual class-action funds

USA - June 1 2011 Unclaimed or leftover funds at the resolution of class-action cases are common.

Co-authors: Lynsey Morris Barron .