The first article in my series “Admissibility of Expert Testimony: Strategies for Experts by Experts”  introduces Rule 702 of the Federal Rules of Evidence, which governs expert admissibility in federal court.  The article then provides a detailed overview of the precedent-setting cases governing expert admissibility in federal court, including Daubert, Joiner and Kuhmo.  Understanding these historic cases will assist you in your role as an expert because the American legal system is based on case law; prior decisions are persuasive to (and often binding on) a court deciding subsequent cases with similar issues. As such, experts in similar disciplines who are opining on similar issues can utilize past rulings to achieve similar and predictable results. Click here to read on.