Procedure

Pretrial Scheduling Orders as Both a Sword and a Shield

I’ve heard some long-standing members of the Virginia Bar lament about having to satisfy some of the more technical requirements of procedural and evidentiary law. ┬áSome are not fans of the Supreme Court’s John Crane, Inc. v. Jones decision, where the trial court excluded expert testimony that was not properly disclosed to the plaintiff pursuant… Continue reading Pretrial Scheduling Orders as Both a Sword and a Shield