"ROBINSON, DAUBERT, AND MCGINTY V. HENNEN: Update on Experts and Evidence in Construction Cases," 26th Annual Construction Law Conference
First the courts gave us Robinson and Daubert. The trial judge became the gate keeper for admissibility of expert opinion. In Havner and Khumo cases, the courts tightened the requirements for admissibility of expert opinion. Now we have McGinty v. Hennen, a disaster for a plaintiff if ever there was one. How do you get the evidence in? How much evidence do you need? What do you need to prove?
26th Annual Construction Law Conference