The opinion of the court was delivered by: Berle M. Schiller, J.
AND NOW, this 25thday of August, 2011, upon consideration of the parties' motions in limine, all responses thereto, the parties' supplemental briefing and position statements, following a hearing and teleconferences with counsel, and for the reasons stated in this Court's Memorandum dated August 25, 2011, it is hereby ORDERED that the parties' motions are GRANTED in part and DENIED in part, as follows:
1. Plaintiff's Motion to Preclude Defendants from Arguing or Suggesting that Removing Ethan Waltman from the Vehicle Worsened Ethan Waltman's Injuries (Document No. 121) is DENIED without prejudice;
2. Plaintiff's Motion to Preclude Defendants from Arguing or Presenting Testimony at Trial that Ethan's Mother, Kimberly Waltman, was Negligent, or that Her Conduct Played a Role in Causing Ethan's Injuries (Document No. 122) is DENIED without prejudice;
3. Plaintiff's Motion to Preclude Defendants from Alleging or Inferring that Rebecca Polson was Negligent (Document No. 123) is DENIED without prejudice;
4. Plaintiff's Motion to Limit the Opinion Testimony of Defense Expert William Van Arsdell, Ph.D., (Document No. 124) is DENIED;
5. Plaintiff's Motion to Preclude Defense Expert Catherine Ford Corrigan, Ph.D., from Offering Opinions as to the Cause of Ethan's Brain Injury at Trial (Document No. 126) is DENIED;
6. Plaintiff's Motion to Preclude Evidence of Compliance with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (Document No. 127) is DENIED without prejudice;
7. Plaintiff's Motion to Preclude the Criminal Histories of Benjamin and Kimblery Waltman (Document No. 128) is DENIED as follows:
a. Dorel may introduce evidence of Benjamin Waltman's convictions, within the bounds of Federal Rule of Evidence 609.
b. Dorel may inquire into Kimberly Waltman's reputation for truthfulness and introduce opinion or reputation evidence on this topic, within the bounds of Federal Rule of Evidence 608.
8. Plaintiff's Motion to Preclude Evidence of Dissimilar Accident and Statistical Summaries (Document No. 129) is DENIED;
9. Plaintiff's Motion to Exclude Defense Experts' Testimony Concerning Neck Load Measurements and Neck Injury Criteria Measured by Child Test Dummies in Testing (Document No. 130) is DENIED;
10. Defendant's Motion to Exclude Evidence of Foreign Standards, Regulatory Actions or Product Labeling ...