A New Strategy for Mastering Daubert and Frye

CEO David Faigman just published an article in Bloomberg BNA about the challenges litigators and courts have faced regarding scientific evidence and how peer review can alleviate those challenges. The piece first details the historical issues that have frustrated the admissibility determinations of scientific evidence. Even in the current regime in federal courts, Daubert, which obligates judges to be "amateur scientists," the analytical demands judges face are unrealistic. Peer review, however, may be the practical solution to the problems that have plagued scientific evidence under Daubert AND Frye.

Read and download the full report from Bloomberg BNA.

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