In his Complex Litigation column, Herzfeld & Rubin member Michael Hoenig reviews a California case in which expert testimony was held too speculative to be admissible after the expert said the small company plaintiff, based on its "innovation," could be compared to multinational companies that were the dominant market leaders in the dental implant industry for computation of lost profits.
'Gatekeeping' Economic Experts in Contract Litigation
New York Law Journal
March 11, 2013
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