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Section Newsletter Articles on Experts

A new Rule 26 may change the way we communicate (or don’t) with experts By Camille M. Knight Federal Civil Practice, March 2009 The Judicial Conference Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure has published proposed amendments to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure which, if approved, will take effect in 2010. 
When is an expert not really an expert? By Michael J. Marovich Civil Practice and Procedure, October 2007 In the case of Somers v. Quinn, the plaintiff appealed the trial court’s granting of defendant’s motion in limine to bar plaintiff’s expert’s testimony and the court’s refusal to grant plaintiff a continuance to find another expert.