Expert Disclosure In New York Courts

Court BuildingRecent federal case law in New York concerning discovery of materials provided to testifying expert witnesses reflects a growing trend of decisions requiring disclosure of such material, even where the material constitutes attorney work product. By contrast, there is a surprising dearth of state case law on this issue. The little case law that does exist in New York state courts relevant to this issue suggests a bias toward protecting attorney work-product provided to expert witnesses from disclosure but offers no meaningful analysis and little guidance to practitioners.

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