Share this page Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedInEmailMore options select BookmarksGoogle+MySpaceRedditStumbleUponTumblrYammer Differential Diagnosis, Specific Causation, and Daubert: . . Differential Diagnosis, Specific Causation, and Daubert: An Update on Courts' Exclusion of Unreliable Expert Opinions in Toxic Tort and Other Product Liability Cases Establishing specific causation in cases involving toxic substances requires proof of specific causation – that the plaintiff’s exposure to a substance capable of causing a particular disease in the general population actually caused the plaintiff’s disease. An expert’s differential diagnosis applied to specific causation “rules in” all scientifically plausible causes of the injury and then “rules out” the least plausible until only the most likely remains. This Webinar will provide an update on recent decisions from federal courts exercising their gatekeeping role under Daubert and excluding experts' differential diagnoses as unreliable, and will discuss the potential impact on future litigation. Webinars are complimentary. Please note that the IADC does NOT apply for CLE Credit for its webinars. However, attendees are welcome to apply for and/or claim credit as their jurisdictions allow. Please contact your state accrediting agency for state-specific requirements and rules. When 1/16/2019 Where UNITED STATES Sign In Username Password Keep me signed in Forgot username? If you have never registered for an IADC meeting before, create a new account.