Wednesday, September 16, 2009
.... come back to haunt you. Attorney Robert Ambrogi has a great article "When What Happens Online Ends Up In Court" about ten cases in which various players in the courtroom - judges, lawyers, witnesses - found themselves in trouble due to their online activity. Some are pretty funny, but all of it serves as a reminder to be careful.
I've mentioned before about having contact information on promotional materials and easy to find on your websites. But now I must add -- include contact information in your directory listings and advertising! In glancing through a print directory of expert witnesses I came across a full page listing with lots of impressive information and NO contact information. No phone number, address, email address or website - NOTHING. I'm just dumbfounded.
Wednesday, September 09, 2009
Have you ever been questioned by an attorney about your income as an expert witness? We recently emailed our newsletter subscribers an article about this. It struck a nerve and I have compiled the responses, which you can read here.
The most common advice seems to be to answer in percentages. How do you respond?
Do you commonly hear this question in deposition and/or trial?