Mastery In The MDL: Deposing A Science Expert

Law360, New York (February 4, 2016, 12:40 PM EST) -- Pamela J. Yates

Bert L. Slonim

Aaron H. Levine This is the final part of a five article series outlining litigation strategies for debunking Daubert expert testimony and explores how to take a science expert deposition to set up a Daubert motion. Read previous parts here. A link to the original report is here.

In any deposition, counsel wants to get the jury-friendly admission from a plaintiff's medical expert that will be the key to a defense verdict — whether it is a causation admission that something other than your client's product could have caused the injury or a credibility admission...

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