'Body And Brain' Ruling To Keep Delaware Experts On Toes

By Ed Beeson (March 3, 2015, 7:51 PM EST) -- A Delaware Chancery Court ruling that expert witnesses must possess "a body and brain" to testify was a cheeky way to tell parties not to designate corporate entities as witnesses, but it also goes to the heart of a challenge for litigators, which is to ensure their experts were hands-on with the research they'll testify about....

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