Why is it important that your expert doesn’t give a net opinion?

In Townsend v. Pierre, 221 N.J. 36 (2015), in an unanimous decision authored by Justice Patterson, the New Jersey Supreme Court held experts must, “be able to identify the factual bases for their conclusions, explain their methodology, and demonstrate that both the factual bases and the methodology are reliable.” For a plaintiff, this means the […]

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