CHOOSING A FORENSIC PSYCHIATRIC EXPERT— The Difference Between Treating Clinicians and Forensic Psychiatric Experts

 by Mark I Levy, an ALM Listing Expert Forensic psychiatry is a medical subspe­cialty of psychiatry. Its focus is the inter­face between the law and behavioral medicine. Like the law, forensic psy

The Benighted Expert: Professional Literature in Court

Originally pushed for:  New York Law Journal By: Timothy M. Tippins From questions of property values in equitable distribution litigation to the psychological issues in custody cases, the domestic

Expert Heavy Plaintiff Wins Against Big Tobacco

*Powered by VerdictSearch* Plaintiff: Smoking Cigarettes Caused Husband’s Death Amount: $6,000,000 Type: Verdict-Plaintiff State: Florida Venue: Federal Court: U.S. District Court, Middle Distri

Expert Allowed at Class Certification Stage in Egg MDL

Saranac Hale Spencer, The Legal Intelligencer January 29, 2015 The grocery stores and restaurants that have alleged price-fixing among the country’s major egg producers can present an economist

Plaintiffs Get Second Chance With Expert in Zoloft MDL

Saranac Hale Spencer, The Legal Intelligencer Original Published in The Legal Intelligence January 9, 2015 Hundreds of people who sued Pfizer alleging birth defects from its antidepressant Zoloft will

Defendant Was Entitled to Call Expert on Wounds, Panel Rules

Original Published in: New York Law Journal By Joel Stashenko January 13, 2015 ALBANY – A trial judge’s refusal to let an expert witness testify about the nature of defensive wounds may h

Lawyers Report Success So Far With Expert Disclosure Rule

Original Published in: Commercial Litigation Insider, an ALM publication By Amaris Elliott-Engel December 24, 2014 A Commercial Division rule enacted last year governing discovery from experts may b

Former Fannie Mae Exec Denied Access to Confidential Docs

Original Published in: Legal Times, an ALM publication By Nate Beck October 17, 2014 A federal claims judge has barred a former Fannie Mae executive from viewing a trove of confidential documents in a

Wal-Mart Employee Fired After 65 Years of Service

By: Verdict Search *A Texas FEATURED Verdict* Amount: $335,515 Type: Verdict-Mixed State: Texas Venue: Orange County Court: Orange County District Court, 128th Injury Type(s): mental/psychologica

“Do It Yourself” Employability Evidence Can Backfire With Judges

by R. E Wexler, an ALM listing expert One of the most uncertain aspects of the divorce process is decision-making about spousal maintenance and child support. As the courts focus on providing for the

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