Manpower, Inc. v. Insurance Co. of Pennsylvania (III)

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economic damages & lost profits
damages, daubert, expert testimony, federal rules of evidence (FRE), business interruption loss

Manpower, Inc. v. Insurance Co. of Pennsylvania (III)
2013 U.S. App. LEXIS 20959
US
Federal Court
7th Circuit
United States Court of Appeals
Eric Sullivan (plaintiff); unknown (defendant)
Tharp

Summary

Seventh Circuit overturns district court’s decision to exclude plaintiff expert’s business loss calculation, finding the lower court “exercised its role as gatekeeper under Daubert with too much vigor” when it “unduly” scrutinized the quality of the exper ...
Manpower, Inc. v. Insurance Co. of Pennsylvania (III)
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