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Jerome P. Kassirer, Joe S. Cecil
September 18, 2002

The Supreme Court, based on three decisions over the past decade, now requires judges to examine the underlying basis of all testimony to ensure that only expert testimony supported by valid methods if inquiry is introduced as evidence in litigation.

Carol L. Krafka, D. Dean P. Miletich, Joe S. Cecil, Meghan A. Dunn, Molly Johnson
January 1, 2002
Laural L. Hooper, Joe S. Cecil, Thomas E. Willging
June 15, 2001

This report to the Judicial Conference Committee on Court Administration and Case Management describes two different types of independent panels used in the silicone gel breast implants litigation.

Carol L. Krafka, Joe S. Cecil, Molly Johnson
January 1, 2000

In 1998, the Federal Judicial Center surveyed federal judges about their experiences with expert testimony in civil cases.

David Goodstein
January 1, 2000
Fern M. Smith, Stephen G. Breyer, Margaret A. Berger, William W Schwarzer, Joe S. Cecil, David Goodstein, David H. Kaye, David A. Freedman, Daniel L. Rubinfeld, Shari Seidman Diamond, Victoria A. Lazear, Michael D. Green, D. Michal Freedman, Leon Gordis, Bernard D. Goldstein, Mary Sue Henifin, Howard M. Kipen, Susan R. Poulter, George F. Sensabaugh, Henry Petroski
January 1, 2000

A reference to assist judges in managing expert evidence in cases involving issues of science or technology.

Other editions:

Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence, Third Edition (2011)

Bernard D. Goldstein, Mary Sue Henifin
January 1, 2000

The Reference Guide on Toxicology is published as a chapter in the Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence, Second Edition (pp 401-437).

Stephen G. Breyer
January 1, 2000


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