The Expert Witness Handbook: Tips and Techniques for the Litigation Consultant

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Para Publishing, Apr 24, 2007 - Law - 263 pages
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A how-to, where-to, complete handbook on litigation consulting. A completely revised third edition.
  

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Contents

What is an Expert Witness and Why be One?
11
How to Get Started
26
Contracting to Work
33
Opinion Forming
57
Case Preparation
62
Position Papers
73
Maintaining Competence
75
Discovery of Evidence and Your Files
79
Billing and Collections
182
Investigation and Testing
186
Your Curriculum Vitae
193
Your List of Cases 197
199
A Guide to the Law and the Courts
202
The Rules of the Game
225
Where Are We Going from Here?
229
APPENDIX
233

Demonstrative Evidence and Props
85
The Deposition
94
The Trial
121
How Much is Your Knowledge Worth?
171
Resources
247
Index
259
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