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Advocate and expert – asking for trouble

Non-domestic rating is not something we usually cover on this blog. It is, after all, not about housing. But the decision of the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) in Gardiner & Theobold LLP v Jackson (Valuation Officer) [2018] UKUT 253 (LC) … Continue reading

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4 Things to Know About Exchanging Expert Witness Information

If a party serves a timely demand to exchange expert witness information under CCP §2034.210(a), the exchange becomes mandatory and failure to participate in the exchange will preclude a party from offering expert testimony in the case. Perry v Bakewell … Continue reading

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Indiana Product Liability Act May Require Expert Testimony in Some Product Liability Cases

Earlier this month, a federal appellate court issued a written opinion in an Indiana product liability case dismissing a plaintiff’s case for failing to file the required expert’s affidavit. The case is important for all Indiana product liability plaintiffs, because … Continue reading

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Techniques Top Attorneys Use When Questioning an Expert

When taking an expert’s deposition, you start with questions to learn everything that he or she thinks about the case and has done or plans to do in connection with it. Once that’s done, consider taking your questioning up a … Continue reading

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Get a Crash Course from Your Expert

Some lawyers decide at the beginning of a case that they’ll never be able to understand what the expert is talking about, and they make no effort to do so. Bad plan! Regardless of the expert’s skill, it’s the lawyer’s … Continue reading

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