Judges in dozens of rulings in multidistrict litigation have failed to follow the federal rules of evidence in allowing expert testimony into trials that should not have been admissible, wrote a trio of defense lawyers in a letter Tuesday.

The letter was addressed to the Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Evidence Rules, which is reviewing a potential amendment to Rule 702, the guidance that federal judges use to determine whether to allow expert witnesses to testify in trials.

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