Judge Bars Attorney From Testifying On Conduct In Products Liability Lawsuit
(February 12, 2016, 2:51 PM EST) -- DENVER — In a products liability case, an attorney is barred from testifying on court findings of “discovery obfuscation, failure to produce documents and dishonest conduct by the defendants with their refusal to reveal existing documents,” a Colorado federal judge ruled Feb. 10 (Miriam White v. Deere & Co. and John Deere Ltd., No. 13-02173, D. Colo.).
(Order available. Document #30-160311-001R.)
Miriam White filed a products liability lawsuit against Deere & Co. and John Deere Ltd. with regard to an accident that occurred on Aug.17, 2011,...