A closely watched multimillion-dollar suit before Florida’s Supreme Court could mark the end of the state’s four-year stint as a Daubert jurisdiction.

What started as a personal injury case involving fewer than 20 parties could have broad implications if the justices rule against Florida’s use of the Daubert standard—a five-prong test used in federal court to determine the scientific validity of testimony by expert witnesses.

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