I have long been a fan of The Daubert Tracker. In fact, the site’s front page bears witness to this. Something I wrote about in The National Law Journal a few years ago appears as a quote at the top of the page (“A lawyer would be remiss not to check an expert through The Daubert Tracker”), and the five-star award from my book, The Essential Guide to the Best (and Worst) Legal Sites on the Web, appears to the right. So, I was glad to see this item from The Virtual Chase:
“LexisNexis and The Daubert Tracker announced the availability of a licensing agreement that will give LexisNexis subscribers access to The Daubert Tracker, a database of court decisions and documents relating to the admissibility of scientific evidence and expert witness testimony.”
The announcement is here.