Why all 'Daubert' exclusions are not the same

Every expert worth his or her money strives to avoid being excluded under Daubert from testifying at trial, and with good reason.  In an age when research services keep score of an expert's exclusion and admission rates and market their findings to attorneys, experts are right to worry about the damaging effect of an exclusion on their careers.

But here's another thing to consider: Courts find testimony inadmissible for a number of reasons, not just because an opinion represents a shoddy valuation, as an upcoming special report from BVResources on Daubert case law  explores.

To find out what some of the reasons are and how certain exclusions may strike an attorney in the market for an expert, click here.