The Reliability Of Structured Data In Litigation
Jun 25, 2010
In Law360, Edgeworth Senior Vice President Matthew Milner opined on the reliability of structured data in litigation, writing “Structured data is frequently the foundation of expert analysis in litigation for a variety of damages and liability issues. Often, statistical analyses prepared by experts are based on structured data from the parties to the litigation. The Federal Rules of Evidence explicitly require that expert testimony must be “based upon sufficient facts or data.” The recent decision in Kreidler v. Pixler is the latest in a series of federal cases in which courts excluded expert testimony on the basis of "unreliable data."
Read the Law360 article "The Reliability of Structured Data in Litigation."