When ruling on whether to permit a party to disclose an expert after the court's deadline, a court may consider: 1.) whether inability, as opposed to willfulness, led to the late disclosure; 2.) whether the other party will be prejudiced; and 3.) whether denial is an appropriate sanction.
Wynne v. Summerland Inc.
October 15, 2012
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