Expert rules: 100 (and more) points you need to know about expert witnesses

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National Institute for Trial Advocacy, Jan 1, 2000 - Law - 119 pages
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"What a great book on expert witnesses. Malone & Zwier . . . show you how to turn dry, turgid, theoretical bafflegab into exciting testimony that will make your case come alive. Just look at this book for two minutes & you'll buy it."-James W. McElhaney, Joseph C. Hostetler Professor of Trial Practice & Advocacy, Case Western Reserve University School of Law problem? What is the impact of Daubert & Kumho Tire on expert preparation, direct, & cross? How do you structure direct examination of an expert? How do you avoid fatal blunders when preparing an expert? "This pocket-sized guide provides a quick reference to the principles governing the related to expert witnesses, linking them with the corresponding rules in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure & the Federal Rules of Evidence, including: finding an expert; feeding an expert; expert reports; nondeposition discovery about an expert; preparing an expert to be deposed; & admissibility of expert

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A Finding an Expert
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Experts from inside
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Local and distant experts
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