Recent legislative changes moved North Carolina to the Daubert standard. Or did it? 
Join a distinguished line-up of speakers as we explore the implications and new expectations associated with the changes to Rule 702.
Seminar Information
Date Presented:
November 16, 2012 8:55 AM Eastern
6 hours, 40 minutes
Legislative Background of Rule 702 Changes
Speaker Information
Burton Craige   [ view bio ]
The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same
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M. Gordon Widenhouse Jr.   [ view bio ]
Preparing Your Own Expert Under New Rule 702
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Kim Wilson   [ view bio ]
The Evidence Base: Shield or Sword?
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Frank B. Wood Ph.D.   [ view bio ]
Roundtable Discussion: Recent Experiences with Rule 702
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Daniel Meier   [ view bio ]
Christopher R. Nichols   [ view bio ]
Kevin Williams   [ view bio ]
New Rule 702's Impact on Workers' Compensation
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April Seguin   [ view bio ]
New Rule 702's Impact on Medical Malpractice
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Matthew Ballew   [ view bio ]
Ethical Considerations of New Rule 702
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J. Gabe Talton   [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
North Carolina State Bar
Total Hours: 5.50
General Hours: 4.50
Ethics: 1.00
NCAJ LAD Member: $135.00
NCAJ Member: $275.00
Non-Member: $375.00