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Expert Testimony

A California appeals court ruled Monday that a trial court incorrectly granted class certification in an action over supposedly faulty iPhone power buttons, by not first examining the soundness of the class experts’ declarations.

SAN DIEGO – A California appeals court ruled Monday that a trial court incorrectly granted class certification in an action over supposedly faulty iPhone power buttons, by not first examining the soundness of the class experts’ declarations.

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