Teachers' Manual to Green, Nesson & Murray, Problems, Cases and Materials on Evidence, 3rd Edition.

CHAPTER VIII - Opinions, Scientific Proof, and Expert Testimony
  The following page contains links to each section of this chapter along the left margin. Where appropriate, links to the problems, cases and articles cited in the section are included below the link to the section.  
 
       
  A. Lay Opinions  

  Note: The Convergence of Fact and Opinions  
  Commonwealth v. Holden  
  Problem: Mrs. Jone's Baby  
  Problem: Presidential Debate  
  Problem: Murder at the Hotel Thoreau  
  United States of America v. Figueroa-Lopez  
 
  B. Law Opinions  

  Marx & Co., Inc. v. Diners Club, Inc.  
  Problem: Wolfman's Law  
 
  C. Expert Testimony, Scientific Proof, and Junk Science   

  Frye v. United States  
  J.R. Tybor, Perfjury Case Goes to Dogs After Shadow Cast on Witness  
  Problem: Frye and the Defense  
  Problem: The Dowser  
  Problem: Good Buddy  
  Problem: Abortion or Manslaughter?  
  United States v. Johnson  
  Note: The Bases of Expert Opinion  
  Problem: Engineer's Investigations  
  Problem: Pediatric Poison  
  State v. Saldana  
  State v. Chapple  
  State v. Williams  
  Barefoot v. Estelle  
  In re Agent Orange Product Liability Litigation (Lilley)  
  Wells by Maihafer v. Ortho Pharmaceutical Corp.  
  Federal Judges v. Science  
  Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc.  
  Daubert v. Merrel Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (on remand)  
  Glaser v. Thomson Medical Co.  
  Kumho Tire Company, Ltd. v. Carmichael  
  General Electric Co. v. Joiner  
  United States of America v. John Ray Bonds et al.  
 
  D. Court Appointed Experts    

  Problem: Medical Malpractice  
  Note: Neutral Experts  
  E. Green, The Complete Courthouse  
  Langbein, The German Advantage in Civil Procedures  
  Brewer, Scientific Expert Testimony and Intellectual Due Process