David G. Mandelbaum
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
David G. Mandelbaum represents clients facing problems under the environmental laws and serves as Co-Chair of the Environmental Practice of Greenberg Traurig, LLP. His practice tends more to litigation and administrative disputes, but he is also often engaged to assist private transactions. David teaches Superfund, and Oil and Gas Law in rotation at the Temple Law School in Philadelphia and the Superfund course at Suffolk Law School in Boston. David was educated at Harvard University (A.B. 1980, J.D. 1983), and clerked for Hon. Louis H. Pollak, then a judge of the federal district court in Philadelphia. He is a Fellow of the American College of Environmental Lawyers. His firm webpage is at https://www.gtlaw.com/en/professionals/m/mandelbaum-david-g
A Legal Perspective on Lines of Evidence: Can You Admit Them
Lines of evidence are all well and good for history and literary criticism, but do they stand up in court as the basis for scientific opinion? Do they allow the expert to hold the opinion to a reasonable degree of scientific certainty? Are they sufficiently aligned with what the judge or jury will have in mind as the scientific method?