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Recent developments: Nebraska evidence
(Nebraska Continuing Legal Education, 1997)
Daubert handbook: The case, its essential dilemma, and its progeny
This Article is about Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc. It is not about whether Daubert is a good decision or whether it is a bad decision, although, in my view, Daubert is a pretty good decision given the statute ...
Presumptions: 350 years of confusion and it has come to this
The title of this article — Presumptions: 350 Years of Confusion and It Has come to This — is pretty much self-explanatory. The article begins with “the bottom line on presumptions. They are inextricably confused devices ...
Here's the real trouble with experts
"Here's the Real Trouble with Experts!" answers this question: Does it seem that experts have become a much bigger problem than they used to be? It seems so to me, and this piece explores what I see as the ten principal ...
Law professor reveals shocking truth about hearsay
This article exposes shocking, never-before-revealed truths about hearsay evidence. In my study of the rule, leading to my book (THE HEARSAY RULE, 2d edition, published in 2009 by Carolina Academic Press) I have discovered ...
Article VII: Opinion evidence
(Nebraska Continuing Legal Education, 1975)