Lost Profits Award for Breach of a License Agreement Cannot Rely on Comparison Between Recent Entrant and Market Behemoth

Originally published in the New York Law Journal, an ALM Media publication, on November 13, 2017. By: Richard Raysman and Peter Brown It is black-letter law that liability for breach of contract do

Motion to Quash ‘Paranoia’-Driven Subpoena Filed by Expert Witness in Spinrilla Case

Originally published in the New Daily Report, an ALM Media publication, on September 28, 2017. By: Colby Hamilton A subpoena being driven by attorney “paranoia” in a Georgia-based copyright viol

Court Reinstates Med Mal Case Over Catheterization Gone Awry

Originally published in the New York Law Journal, an ALM Media publication, on October 10, 2017. By: Jason Grant An expert witness and a fellow physician raised triable issues of fact regarding whet

Construction Expert for Complex Litigation

By: Derek Graham, an ALM listing expert. Finding the right construction expert for defect and workmanship claims expert is a slippery slope for attorneys whose specialty is not construction. A typical

The Challenge of Presenting Treating Physicians

  By: E. Drew Britcher and Armand Leone,  of the New Jersey Law Journal, an ALM publication. Lawyers from both sides of the litigation aisle have long battled over the presentation of opinions b

Elite Plaintiffs Lawyer Accused of Concealing Payments to Expert Witnesses

Originally published on Law.com, an ALM Media publication, on May 5, 2017. By: Amanda Bronstad Johnson & Johnson, hoping to reverse a $502 million verdict, is accusing plaintiffs attorney W. Mar

Rising to the Challenge: Junior Attorneys Utilize Expert Witnesses in the Courtroom

  Originally published in The New York Law Journal , an ALM Media publication, on March 31, 2017. By: Michael Rader Much ink has been spilled in recent years about the “vanishing jury t

Using Computer Forensics Expert Witness to Investigate Employee Data Theft

By: Timothy M. Opsitnick, Joseph M. Anguilano and Trevor B. Tucker, JURINNOV, Cybersecurity Law & Strategy This article appeared in Cybersecurity Law & Strategy, an ALM publication for privac

Ineligible Expert Insufficient to Justify Continuance, Court Rules

  By: Ben Seal Originally published in The Legal Intelligencer, an ALM media publication on April 3, 2017. A legal malpractice plaintiff is not entitled to a continuance to seek an expert to test


Originally published in The New York Law Journal , an ALM Media publication, on March 31, 2017. SUPREME COURT, APPELLATE DIVISION: SECOND JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT Mar 29 2017 (Date Decided) Mastro, J.P

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