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Expert Evidence Report®

Product Code: EXLN21
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What this service is:

An objective, results-oriented resource for plaintiffs and defense lawyers, Expert Evidence Report monitors the latest federal and state news and guidance relating to admissibility of expert evidence under Frye, Federal Rule of Evidence 702, and Daubert and its progeny, including court rulings, legislative proposals, and rule reforms, in a wide range of litigation subject areas.

What it helps you do:

  • Stay informed of federal court rulings and decisions on expert evidence from across the country. Be aware of state Supreme Court cases, including expert evidence rulings and developments in Frye jurisdictions, and states with federal rules and Daubert analogues.
  • Safeguard your clients' interests by keeping up with trends and developments that may affect the outcome of your case.
  • Explore a wide array of subjects and controversies, including non-Daubert information not regularly covered anywhere else.
  • Review detailed discussions of admissibility issues as well as more unusual substantive and evidentiary topics.
  • Find out how plaintiffs' and defense attorneys are employing new tactics and how judges are answering new questions.
  • Rely on fair, objective treatment of the issues. Information featured is helpful to judges and lawyers representing any party.
  • Get practical help with BNA Insights and Practice Tips, guidance and pointers from practitioners and Bloomberg BNA's staff of experienced lawyer-editors on the use of experts in civil and criminal litigation.
  • Derive useful benefits from news reports, focused articles, and "how to" guidance—all equally important as long as the law of expert evidence remains in flux.
  • Apply successful litigation strategies and legal theories with guidance from experienced colleagues.
Product Structure

Notification: current reports providing news and developments

Formats and Frequency

Print and web notification formats are issued and available twice-monthly. Print current reports are indexed every six months, cumulating annually. Web current reports are archived to 8/03/2001. E-mail summaries, providing the highlights and table of contents for each report, with links to full-text articles and documents, are available for all web subscribers.

  • Affidavit requirements
  • Antitrust
  • Business and commercial disputes
  • Construction law
  • Court-appointed experts
  • Criminal law
  • Discovery
  • Environmental remediation
  • Exclusion of testimony
  • Expert bias
  • Expert qualifications
  • Federal Rules of Evidence
  • Footprint identification
  • Foundation requirements
  • Hearsay
  • Medical malpractice
  • Methodology
  • Peer review
  • Personal injury
  • Property valuation
  • Statistics
  • Toxic torts