Forensic, General & Medical
Expert Witnesses
  • Challenging Expert Witness Testimony Bankruptcy Litigation

    Challenges to the testimony of an expert witness occur often when the opposing legal team wants to try to disqualify the expert for the case, and in bankruptcy litigation, this is often important for the company. However, the rules work primarily the same for each case where the expert must have relevance in the subject matter and reliability in testing methods.

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  • Effective Strategies in Challenging the Opposing Expert Witness

    When hiring an expert witness, the lawyer knows that the other counsel may also have an expert witness to counter his or her expert’s claims. Even with scientific data backing the opinion of the professional, there are other methods that may reach a different conclusion.

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  • Inconsistent Prior Testimony of Expert Witness: Effect on Case

    When an expert witness is giving testimony, it is important to ensure everything is consistent and well prepared for the case. However, if the testimony is inconsistent when presented initially and then there are changes noticed in the information, it is possible this could harm the case of the plaintiff when he or she is noted as explaining different things.

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  • Unearthing Contradictory Testimony from Expert Witness

    It takes research, dedication and long hours to discover if an expert witness has provided contradictory testimony in a previous case or a connected claim to the current issue. Revealing these matters could disqualify an expert that has been hired to by the defendant or plaintiff, and it could lead to further scrutiny of the case which may lead to other discoveries.

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  • Winning Strategies to Depose an Expert Witness

    In order for a lawyer to remove an expert witness from the case, he or she must understand the subject matter within the situation fully and know when the professional is not as knowledgeable or understanding. Some experts are not the proper individuals to present testimony in the courtroom, and it is the task of the lawyer to root out these potential imposters.

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  • Common Objections to Expert Witnesses in Federal Trials

    Expert witnesses face objections through both criminal and civil cases, and sometimes these professionals lose the challenge which leads to disqualification. However, some objections are for specific matters such as deposition issues, legal analysis and factual information connected to the case in a federal court.

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  • Key Objections to Challenge Opposing Party’s Expert Witness

    When an expert witness has an involvement in a court case, the opposing legal team may need to challenge his or her testimony or qualifications to either remove him or her or to ensure that he or she should remain on the case. However, there are certain key objections that the opposing legal team may raise during the interview process.

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  • Making Objections during an Expert Witness’ Deposition

    It is crucial for both the lawyer and the expert witness to understand the objections that could occur during the deposition period. While the opposing lawyer may need this time to object to various issues with the professional, the opposing legal team may also reflect and prepare to counter the objections to keeping the expert witness in the case.

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  • Objections to Make to Expert Witnesses

    The testimony of an expert witness is often important to the case, and in some circumstances it is enough to lead a jury or judge to side with the plaintiff. However, there are in many situations certain objections that are made to these professionals for various reasons.

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