D.C. Court of Appeals issues decision in favor of DCDLA

26 Oct 2016 11:23 AM | Nat Calamis (Administrator)

On October 20, 2016, the D.C. Court of Appeals issued an en banc decision adopting the Daubert/Rule 702 test to govern the admissibility of expert testimony in the case of Motorola, Inc., et al. v. Murray, et. al.  The D.C. Defense Lawyers Association, along with DRI, filed an amicus brief in the case supporting the adoption of the Daubert/Rule 702 test.  Many thanks to the team of DCDLA Members at Goodell Devries (Kelly Hughes Iverson, Kamil Ismail, Craig Brodsky, Erin Christen Miller, and Meghan Hatfield Yanacek) for their hard work in drafting the DCDLA amicus brief and their assistance in obtaining this great result.  A link to the decision is attached.

http://www.dccourts.gov/internet/documents/14-CV-1350.pdf



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