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Lessons From The Genentech V. Insmed Trial

Law360 (March 13, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- * Tips *


Motions in limine are very powerful vehicles for preventing irrelevant, yet negative, evidence from being presented to the jury.

Typically, judges require motions in limine to be filed at the same time as many other critical pretrial documents, such as jury instructions, voir dire questions, deposition excerpts, witness designations and exhibit lists.

However, attorneys should not let the press of time prevent them from spending a great deal of thought and energy on motions in limine.

Particularly with respect to undisclosed expert...
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