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Documents by Lawyers at this office
Room in American Courts for an Australian Hot Tub?
John Emmerig,John D. Hanify,Michael Leeg,Jason C. Weida, May 1, 2013
An evidentiary practice, novel to United States courts, has been in operation in Australia for at least 20 years. Concurrent expert evidence, also colloquially referred to as "hot-tubbing," refers to a practice where competing experts are sworn and presented as witnesses at one time and...
Shifting Sands in Class Action Litigation
John D. Hanify,Jason C. Weida, January 30, 2013
Last November 5, the Supreme Court Justices spent the morning listening to two important class action cases that may offer the opportunity for the Court to impose stricter standards for the certification of class actions.
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