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Stupid Expert Tricks
Recently, Bexis was contacted by a reporter who had read the blog's post on ghostwriting. Bexis explained that people at the top of any profession
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8 Oct 2019
Why Should FDA Warning Letters Be Any Different?
We've blogged numerous times about the tentative, non-final, and informal status of FDA warning letters (and untitled letters and similar enforcement precursors
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10 Sep 2019
LCJ Federal Rules Of Evidence Survey
The Lawyers For Civil Justice is conducting a non-scientific poll on social media concerning challenges that litigators face that involve expert evidence.
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14 Aug 2019
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11 Jul 2019
Ediscovery For Defendants In Practice
We've repeatedly advocated that defendants try turn the e-discovery tables on plaintiffs whenever possible
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10 Jul 2019
This Is Why Communications With Consultants Are (Or Are Not) Privileged And Protected
This is the second in a two-part series on attorney-client privilege and work product protection. We did not plan it this way, but our recent
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10 Jul 2019
Update To Our 2011 Post On When Counsel Can Confer With Their Own Witnesses During Depositions
Of all the one-off posts that we've done, our post from 2011, "Depositions – When Can You Talk To Your Own Witness?," has probably garnered the most ongoing use by litigators generally.
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22 May 2019
Certification Of Complete Document Production: Completely Unnecessary
We recently gave a talk on things in MDLs that drive us crazy.
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22 Jan 2019
The Latest On Predictive Coding
We last reviewed the case law on predictive coding (also called "technology assisted review" ("TAR")), about 2 ½ years ago. Back then, we concluded:
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9 Jan 2019
Discovery Rule Rules The Day On Statute Of Limitations Motion To Dismiss
Geographical pride. A feeling of community. Belonging. Being one of the locals. We all experience it to some degree. Sometimes you take it with you.
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29 Nov 2018
Plaintiffs' Sanctions Request Emphatically Denied
In a classic case of overreaching, plaintiffs in the In re Abilify MDL, sought sanctions against the defendant for not preserving emails dating between 2002 and 2006 – more than a decade before the start of the litigation.
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17 Oct 2018
Saving The Privilege After An Inadvertent Disclosure
So you're sitting next to one of your client's senior executives.
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2 Oct 2018
Discovery Sanctions Affirmed After Plaintiff Lost Summary Judgment
Just two weeks ago, we largely praised an MDL court's handling of sanctions for a plaintiff's stonewalling in response to discovery obligations, but thought the plaintiff ...
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21 Sep 2018
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6 Sep 2018
Can Plaintiffs Preempt The Preemption Defense By Demanding Preemption Discovery?
The whole business of discovery in civil litigation is dreary and depressing. In a mass tort, a defendant can rack up defense verdicts yet still incur discovery costs that exceed the damage amounts
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14 Aug 2018
Litigation Tourists Visit New York And Are Sent Packing
A few weeks ago, we reported on another in a line of Missouri appellate decisions rejecting the ability of Missouri courts to try the claims of non-Missouri residents ...
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8 Aug 2018
Fifth Circuit Orders New Trial of Pinnacle Hip Implant Trial That Produced That Half-Billion Dollar Verdict
This lambasting by the Fifth Circuit could change the game in the Pinnacle Hip Implant MDL.
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30 Apr 2018
Learned Intermediary Doctrine Bars Plaintiff's Discovery Of Direct-To-Consumer Advertising In Ambien Case In District Of Nevada
We are back in the trenches today after spending a wonderful day in New York with our lifelong best friend, in yet another of the blissfully endless celebrations of the milestone birthday we marked in December.
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17 Apr 2018
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