REBUTTAL: Let's Hope The Fla. High Court Undoes Daubert

Law360, New York (July 25, 2016, 3:03 PM EDT) -- James W. Gustafson Jr.

David J. Sales In a recent Law360 guest article, an attorney praised the Daubert evidentiary standard enacted by the Florida Legislature in 2013. As the attorney notes, Daubert cannot survive in Florida unless the Florida Supreme Court approves it. That is because the court has the ultimate power to determine the standards for admitting evidence in Florida's courts. The issue of whether the court should permanently adopt Daubert was recently addressed by the Florida Bar Board of Governors (a body consisting of lawyers elected by members of the Florida Bar from the 20 judicial circuits) and members...

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