July 17, 2014

Eighth Circuit's 'Liberal Admission' Standard Stands Out

In June 2014, the Eighth Circuit reversed a previous district court decision that had excluded expert witnesses on the basis that the experts hadn't sufficiently ruled out alternative causes of injury in a product liability case involving tainted infant formula.

Faegre Baker Daniels attorneys Amy Fiterman and Lariss Jude authored an article appearing in Law360 on what the reversal in Johnson v. Mead Johnson & Co. LLC could mean for Daubert motions as well as the liberal admission standard in future product liability cases, especially for cases tried in the Eighth Circuit.

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