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Selecting, Protecting & Dethroning Experts

The process of using experts at each stage of litigation

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    Success in a case often relies upon the effectiveness of expert testimony. Successful litigators approach the procedure for selecting, using, protecting, and dethroning experts in a deliberate and focused manner. These best practices ensure they adequately address matters to help assist jurors and aid in their trial strategy throughout the lifespan of a case.

    This seminar’s diverse and experienced faculty provide a succinct guide to the use of experts in an increasingly expensive, complex, and technical part of sophisticated litigation. Traditional and innovative methods concerning experts, changes to state and federal rules, and other recent developments concerning electronic discovery, all coalesce into a progressively challenging segment of litigation. You leave this program with a newfound confidence and techniques to guarantee you are getting the most out of expert testimony for your client.

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    Scarlett M. Rajbanshi, Esq., Peabody & Arnold LLP, Boston
    Peter I. Resnick, CPA, CFF, CFE, Charles River Associates, Boston