Therapeutics MD, Inc. v. Evofem Biosciences, Inc.

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Therapeutics MD, Inc. v. Evofem Biosciences, Inc.
2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 58524
United States
Federal Court
Florida
United States District Court
David Neal, Ph.D., Dr. Yoram (Jerry) Wind, Dr. Delia DeLeon, Dr. Sandra Disner, Dr. Jennifer Vanderhart, Jeff Anderson, CVA
Magistrate Judge Bruce E. Reinhart

Summary

In this trademark infringement case before a U.S. magistrate judge, the magistrate recommended to the District Court whether certain experts should be allowed to testify. The recommendations were for granting or denying motions of both parties to exclude testimony of the other party’s experts. The magistrate reviewed not only the qualifications of each of the experts, but also the subject of their testimony and opinions and whether they are appropriate and helpful to the court in resolving the issues. In the end, the magistrate recommended to deny the plaintiff’s motion to exclude the defendant’s experts and the defendant’s motion to exclude the plaintiff’s experts be granted in part and denied in part.
Therapeutics MD v. Evofem Biosciences
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In this trademark infringement case before a U.S. magistrate judge, the magistrate recommended to the District Court whether certain experts should be allowed to testify. The recommendations were for granting or denying motions of both parties to exclude testimony of the other party’s experts. The magistrate reviewed not only the qualifications of each of the experts, but also the subject of their testimony and opinions and whether they are appropriate and helpful to the court in resolving the issues. In the end, the magistrate recommended to deny the plaintiff’s motion to exclude the defendant’s experts and the defendant’s motion to exclude the plaintiff’s experts be granted in part and denied in part.