Court Clarifies Rule 26 Protection for ‘Reporting’ and ‘Non-reporting’ Experts

Business Valuation UpdateVol. 22 No. 9
BVLaw Case Update
September 2016
3999 Manufacturing Industries, NEC
339999 All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing
intellectual property
lost profits, expert testimony, admissibility, discovery, expert report, panduit

Luminara Worldwide, LLC v. Liown Elecs. Co.
2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 93348
May 18, 2016
US
Federal Court
Minnesota
United States District Court
Donald Gorowsky (plaintiff); unknown (defendants)
Noel

Summary

Court says background information in expert’s report is what Rule 26 has in mind in requiring statement of “the facts or data considered by the witness” in forming his opinion; court clarifies discovery rules to communication with nonreporting expert.

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Court Clarifies Rule 26 Protection for ‘Reporting’ and ‘Non-reporting’ Experts

Court says background information in expert’s report is what Rule 26 has in mind in requiring statement of “the facts or data considered by the witness” in forming his opinion; court clarifies discovery rules to communication with nonreporting expert.