Texas Lawyer: 13 Must-Ask Questions Before Enlisting An Expert Witness

Originally published in Texas Lawyer, an ALM Media publication, April 20, 2016 *Part of the ALM family of award-winning legal products and publications.* By: Quentin Brogdon Expert witnesses can mak

The Importance of Source Code Analysis for Investigations (Part 1)

Originally pushed for Legaltech News, an ALM publication October 28, 2015 by Joe Sremack, an ALM Listing Expert Source code analysis can provide critical insights needed to solve an investigation and

How Murky Video, Dead Lawyer Won a New Murder Trial

By: Noreen Marcus, Daily Business Review Originally published on February 13, 2016 Now that police dashboard cameras and smart phones are everywhere, it seems incredible that a grainy, silent video ca

Uber Faces Plaintiffs’ Bid for Multidistrict Litigation

Originally published on: The National Law Journal, January 7, 2016 *Part of the ALM family of award-winning legal products and publications.* By: Amanda Bronstad A new roadblock could lie ahead in U

Milberg Strengthens Litigation Support and Data Hosting with Division SpinOff

Milberg Announces Spin Off of Litigation Support and Data Hosting Services Division: Based in Stamford, Conn., the new business will continue to serve litigants throughout their discovery process fro

Tech in Trial: Advancing Techniques Means Increased Preparation

If a Picture is Worth a Thousand Words, Is a Trial Tech Expert Worth $200 an Hour? Originally published on: The Litigation Daily, November 10, 2015 By: Jenna Greene   Andrew Cox, who leads Thomp

Engineering Expert Aids in Multi-Million Dollar Verdict for TX Crane Operator

Originally published on: VerdictSearch.com Offshore worker’s foot crushed when cable snapped, block fell Amount: $2,809,898.72 Type: Verdict-Plaintiff State: Texas Venue: 

Forensics in Government Labs: A Dying Breed

by Dennis Ryan, an ALM Listing Expert Forensics in government laboratories in the United States is undergoing a transformation.  The transformation began within the last ten years and principally in

Defendant Gets New Hearing After $8M Elevator Verdict

Originally published on: New Jersey Law Journal, August, 31,2015 By: Charles Toutant A New Jersey appeals court has reversed judgment in an elevator injury suit in which the plaintiff was awarded $8 m

Ethnicity-Based ‘Economic Loss’ Testimony Unconstitutional

Originally published by: New York Law Journal By: Michael Hoenig In a bombshell decision issued on July 30, Eastern District of New York U.S. Judge Jack B. Weinstein held that it is unconstitutional

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