Florida Bar committee, plaintiffs lawyers push for rejection of new standard on expert witness testimonyAfter nearly two years of seeking public input, the state Bar’s Code and Rules of Evidence Committee voted to reject the Daubert standard, which is tougher on expert testimony. The Bar’s BOG plans to review the committee’s recommendation later this month. more...
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