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Substantial compliance with the affidavit of merit statute

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Opinions or diagnoses within business records

Posted in *All Posts, *Published case, Child Abuse, Evidence, Expert Testimony, Hearsay, Litigation, Loss of Parental Rights

Determining the existence of a duty and the standard of care to be applied in a particular circumstance is a question of law to be determined by the court

Posted in *All Posts, Expert Testimony, Litigation, Negligence, Torts

A treating physician’s testimony may be offered to address a pivotal element of a plaintiff’s claims for disability discrimination

Posted in *All Posts, *Published case, Disability, Discrimination, Employment Law, Evidence, Expert Testimony, Litigation

The testimony of a treating physician is admissible to support a plaintiff’s disability claim

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A plaintiff has sixty days from the date of the defendant’s answer to file an affidavit of merit

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The decision to admit or exclude expert testimony is left to the sound discretion of the trial court

Posted in *All Posts, Evidence, Expert Testimony, Litigation

Expert testimony that a defendant possessed a controlled dangerous substance with the intent to distribute is nothing less than a pronouncement of guilt by mimicking the statutory elements of the offense

Posted in *Published case, Criminal, Evidence, Expert Testimony, Litigation

In drug cases, an expert witness may not opine on the defendant’s state of mind

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The prohibition against a ‘net opinion’ bars expert testimony based on unfounded speculation or mere possibilities

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