While the Georgia Supreme Court considers a constitutional challenge to a new rule on expert witnesses, Georgia lawyers are struggling to make the rule work for them and their clients.

The high court is weighing a challenge by plaintiffs in a products liability case to part of the 2005 piece of legislation known as SB 3. Among other arguments, the plaintiffs claim the rule violates state constitutional rights of equal protection and trial by jury.

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