Fenton Science, Technology & Internet Lawyer, Michigan


Includes: Biotechnology, Computer Law, Domain Names, Electronic Commerce, Internet

Tanya L. Garrett

International, Intellectual Property, Biotechnology, Antitrust
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  20 Years

John F. Early

Intellectual Property, Biotechnology, Health Care Other, Business
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  28 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

People v. Buie

... II. Defendant argues that the trial court erred when it permitted Dr. Palusci and Wolfarth to testify by way of two-way, interactive video technology. ... Because defendant failed to specifically object to the use of the video technology on these grounds at trial, this issue is unpreserved. ...

People v. Russell (On Remand)

... Defendant was convicted of one count of child sexually abusive activity, MCL 750.145c(2), one count of use of the Internet to communicate with another for the purpose of violating the statute prohibiting child sexually abusive activity, MCL 750.145d(1)(a), and three counts of use ...

People v. Unger

... particular proposed testimony. Daubert, supra at 589-590. An expert's opinion is admissible if it is based on the "methods and procedures of science" rather than "subjective belief or unsupported speculation." Id. at 590. As defendant ...