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Nathan Nason, Partner, Nason Yeager Gerson Harris & Fumero, Palm Beach Gardens.. Nathan Nason, Nason Yeager Gerson Harris & Fumero

On May 23, the Florida Supreme Court announced that the Daubert standard would be the new evidentiary standard to be applied for admissibility of expert testimony. In doing so, the new court reversed the ruling of a prior decision of the court which had adhered to the Frye standard. While this new standard will change the rules governing admissibility of expert testimony, the real question is whether this ruling is a harbinger of more significant changes to come.

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