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Although regarded by many as a relatively plaintiff-friendly court, the New Jersey Supreme Court recently bucked the stereotype by largely adopting Daubert for civil cases. The court’s decision in In re: Accutane Litigation is a behemoth, weighing in at 85 pages (not including the syllabus), but the background and outcome are pretty straightforward. Continue reading “New Jersey Supreme Court Adopts Daubert (More or Less) for Civil Cases”