Featured Expert Contributor, Judicial Gatekeeping of Expert Evidence
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Although courts don’t always apply Daubert with the rigor that is warranted, when they do, it is worth noting. Such is the case with federal district court Judge Paul Engelmayer’s thorough and scholarly decision excluding the opinions of all the plaintiffs’ general-causation experts in an MDL involving Bayer’s Mirena IUD device, In re Mirena Ius Levonorgestrel-related Products. Liability Litigation (No. II). Continue reading “Federal District Court Excludes Dubious “Scientific” Opinions in Mirena MDL”