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FIRST IMPRESSION RULING FINDS EXPERTS STATEMENTS ARE ADMISSIONS ONTI, Inc. v. Integra Bank

13 No. 23 ANCODLLR 7Andrews Corporate Officers and Directors Liability Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

FIRST IMPRESSION RULING FINDS EXPERTS STATEMENTS ARE ADMISSIONS ONTI, Inc. v. Integra Bank

13 No. 23 ANCODLLR 7Andrews Corporate Officers and Directors Liability Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

13 No. 23 Andrews Corp. Off. & Directors Liab. Litig. Rep. 7
Andrews Corporate Officers and Directors Liability Litigation Reporter
October 12, 1998
Experts:
Copyright (c) 1998 Andrews Publications

FIRST IMPRESSION RULING FINDS EXPERTS STATEMENTS ARE ADMISSIONS

ONTI, Inc. v. Integra Bank

Experts are often more like “hired hands” than disinterested witnesses, so they can be considered to be “agents” and their adverse statements can be treated as admissions by the party who hired them, a Delaware state court judge ruled on an issue of...
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