The case of Blythe v. Bell is like the gift that keeps on giving. It generated two significant opinions last year, and this week a third and a fourth. The July 2012 opinion was a major e-discovery decision, and the December 2012 opinion addressed an important issue about the assignment of LLC interests.
Today's post is about the Blythe v. Bell opinion numbered 2013 NCBC 8, on the subject of expert testimony. In this third Blythe opinion, Defendants had moved to exclude the testimony of Plaintiffs' expert witness, Barbee, on the grounds that he was not qualified to render his opinion and that his methodology was deficient.
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