Daubert decisions can be case-dispositive in complex cases. Accordingly, understanding how to discern and dismantle the foundations of expert testimony is a crucial skill for defense attorneys.  Using lessons learned from a recent Eleventh Circuit toxic-tort case, Williams v. Mosaic Fertilizer LLC, Greenberg Traurig attorneys David B. Weinstein, Christopher Torres, and Ryan T. Hopper share strategies for exposing unreliable expert opinions and turning them to defendants’ advantage.

Read their article, Avoiding the Talismanic Effect of Unfounded Expert Testimony, in the June 2019 issue of For the Defense by clicking here.