Ensuring Plausibility Under Daubert—Anything’s Possible Reviewed by Momizat on . “Dr. Expert, here is our theory for the case. Can you tell me if it’s possible?” Anyone see anything wrong with this? Can the lawyer be the one to come up with “Dr. Expert, here is our theory for the case. Can you tell me if it’s possible?” Anyone see anything wrong with this? Can the lawyer be the one to come up with Rating: 0
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Ensuring Plausibility Under Daubert—Anything’s Possible

expert-daubert“Dr. Expert, here is our theory for the case. Can you tell me if it’s possible?” Anyone see anything wrong with this? Can the lawyer be the one to come up with the theory for the case? Should lawyers run their theory by their experts? Annie Dike explains that whether or not their theory will pass muster under Daubert will depend not on its possibility but, rather, its plausibility.

To read the full article in The National Law Review, click: Ensuring Plausibility Under Daubert—Anything’s Possible.

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