Saturday, December 01, 2012

Expert Witness Round-Up

To keep me from pacing during the championship games today, I'm cleaning out my "To Read" stack and want to share just a few of the highlights about expert witnessing from around the internet.

Here's an interesting discussion: Would you want to be a "blind expert," having no idea who the client was until after the initial report was completed?

Attorney Robert Ambrogi takes a timely look at the outcomes when experts sue for libel and discusses the lack of professional guidelines for expert's and the ABA's rejection of proposed expert witness guidelines.

If it's time to work on your deposition and trial skills, SEAK has two workshops coming up in January - Advanced Trial Skills and How to Excel at Your Expert Deposition to assist you.

Speaking of which, I would not want to be up against this opposing counsel in a depoosition or cross-exam. May you never encounter one like him, but forewarned is forearmed.

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