'Unreliable' Articles, 'Trial By Literature' Revisited

, New York Law Journal


In his Complex Litigation column, Michael Hoenig writes that sooner or later, much of expert testimony boils down to what experts have read or learned or confirmed from writings, an enhancement of their expertise that is beneficial when such writings are trustworthy and accurate. But, as the famous song goes, "it ain't necessarily so."

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