Changes in the Standards for Admitting Expert Evidence in Federal Civil Cases since the Daubert Decision

Changes in the Standards for Admitting Expert Evidence in Federal Civil Cases since the Daubert Decision

by Lloyd Dixon, Brian Gill
     
 

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In its 1993 Daubert decision, the United States Supreme Court clarified the standards judges should use in deciding whether to admit expert evidence into federal cases. The Supreme Court directed judges to evaluate the method and reasoning underlying the expert evidence and to admit only evidence that was reliable and relevant. This study examines how judges have

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In its 1993 Daubert decision, the United States Supreme Court clarified the standards judges should use in deciding whether to admit expert evidence into federal cases. The Supreme Court directed judges to evaluate the method and reasoning underlying the expert evidence and to admit only evidence that was reliable and relevant. This study examines how judges have changed the way they evaluate expert evidence since Daubert and how the parties proposing and challenging evidence have responded as a result.

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ISBN-13:
9780833030887
Publisher:
RAND Corporation
Publication date:
12/01/2002
Pages:
116
Product dimensions:
8.52(w) x 10.96(h) x 0.31(d)
Lexile:
1650L (what's this?)

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