In his Evidence column, Albany Law School professor Michael J. Hutter writes: While a recent opinion from the Court of Appeals involved the presentation of expert opinion and its basis grounded in he
...Misc.3d 318 (Sup. Ct. Kings Co. 2013) (Battaglia, J.) and Martin v. Rosenzweig, Index No. 5819-06 (Sup. Ct. Albany Co., June...
In his Evidence column, Michael J. Hutter, a professor at Albany Law School, discusses two Appellate Division decisions that again raise significant practical concerns as to the nature of the proof n
In his Evidence column, Albany Law School professor Michael J. Hutter writes that while the Court of Appeals' 2012 decisions involving an application of the 'Molineux' rule may be viewed by some as n
In his Evidence column, Albany Law School professor Michael J. Hutter reviews recent decisions that discussed whether the refreshing recollection doctrine applies to sound recordings sought to be use
In his Evidence column, Michael J. Hutter, a professor at Albany Law School, discusses whether an inadvertent disclosure as distinct from an intentional and voluntary disclosure effects a waiver of t
In his Evidence column, Michael J. Hutter, a professor at Albany Law School, writes that, as attorneys and their clients are painfully aware, much discovery in New York state and federal courts now i
In his Evidence column, Michael J. Hutter, a professor at Albany Law School and special counsel to Powers & Santola, analyzes the issue of the admissibility of an unaffirmed medical report on a summa
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