“Symptom Threshold Methodology” Rejected by Court of Appeals of New York Pursuant to Frye

In an opinion decided February 11, 2016, the Court of Appeals of New York precluded two causation experts put forth by a plaintiff in a toxic tort case. The case involved allegations that a minor was born with severe mental and physical disabilities caused by in utero exposure to unleaded gasoline vapor. The vapor was allegedly emitted into the car from a defective fuel hose. The automobile manufacturer subsequently recalled the vehicle at issue due to defects in the feed fuel hoses. In support of…
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