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Taylor v. University of Utah, 2020 UT 21 (May 8, 2020)

May 8, 2020

On certiorari, the supreme court held that expert testimony in a medical malpractice case was inadmissible under Rule 702, where the expert relied on “logical deduction” as the method for opining on medical causation, and where the opinion was based upon “broad attenuated facts” that suffered from the fallacy of equivocation.