In Pluck v. BP Oil Pipeline Co. (09-4572), the Sixth Circuit built on its decision in Tamraz v. Lincoln Elec. Co., 620 F.3d 665 (6th Cir. 2010) (discussed here), and reiterated that a high standard governs expert causation testimony in toxic tort litigation.  Pluck affirmed the district court’s exclusion of a plaintiff’s specific causation expert under Daubert.  It emphasizes that causation … Continue Reading