Don't Bring a Knife to a Gunfight: Florida Case Law Update on Daubert and Other Expert Witness Pitfalls
Approved 1.0 Hrs. General/Civil Trial Certification
FL Bar CLE Credits
Presented by: Scott Baughan and Kimberly Sands
September 5, 2018
Special note: Although the CLE for this recording is still valid, it may not contain as much practical information as it did at the time of its live presentation. In October 2018, "the Florida Supreme Court rejected a 2013 law intended to bring the state’s expert witness standard in line with most others as an overreach into court territory," (Daily Business Review), and invalidated the Florida Legislature's attempt to drop the Frye standard for assessing expert witness testimony. Our presenter intends to revisit this topic.
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