Complex Litigation

'Unreliable' Articles: More on Peer Review's Frailties

, New York Law Journal

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In his Complex Litigation column, Michael Hoenig writes: A party's challenge is not always to prove that the opponent expert is lying. An expert can testify impressively and his qualifications may be excellent. He may even believe what he is saying. But if he relies upon and spouts what is essentially "junk science," extracted from someone else's writing, the testimony is junky nonetheless.

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