Have you ever been retained on a case only to find out that your opinions would be reliant on another expert’s work? Were you concerned but too shy to ask the retaining attorney about the other expert’s credentials, basis of opinions or reputation in court? A recent federal court decision excluding several experts in a case concerning PCBs in fluorescent light ballasts at a school may have you thinking about the next time you are asked to opine on issues that rely on another expert’s work. Click here to find out more about the court’s ruling on expert testimony in federal court matter.