Daubert: How Far Should the Judge Go in Assessing the Credibility of a Proffered Expert?
2005 Winter Ski Conference
Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association (Feb. 2005)
This paper, which was presented in conjunction with a continuing legal education course at which Billy lectured, addresses the extent to which a trial judge may assess the credibility of an expert witness when determining whether the expert satisfies the Daubert reliability standard.
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