- Litigation & Dispute Resolution
- Punitive Damages
- Supreme Court & Appellate
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|University ||Illinois Wesleyan University, B.A., Chemistry/Philosophy, summa cum laude, 1996; University of Michigan, M.A., 1999|
|Law School||Yale Law School, J.D., 2001|
|Admitted||2002, New York; 2004, District of Columbia|
As a member of Mayer Brown's Supreme Court & Appellate practice, C.J.'s practice focuses on insurance bad faith, products liability, federal preemption, and punitive and other non-economic damages, with a particular focus on cases that require the presentation of complex medical or scientific information. C.J. regularly represents clients in the US Supreme Court, the various US Courts of Appeals, and state appellate courts and has argued in the Seventh Circuit, the New York Appellate Division, and several federal and state trial courts. In addition to his appellate work, C.J. regularly works closely with trial counsel to present and preserve issues for appellate review.
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En Banc Ninth Circuit Adds Teeth to Daubert Gatekeeping Obligation
Carl J. Summers,Evan M. Tager, January 23, 2014
On January 15, the en banc US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued a decision in Barabin v. AstenJohnson, Inc. that significantly strengthened and expanded the gatekeeper role of both trial and appellate courts in determining whether to admit expert testimony.
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