Handling Expert Witnesses in California Courts: Here's how and when to Do it

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Continuing Education of the Bar--California, 2008 - Evidence, Expert - 129 pages
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"This Action Guide describes each step you need to take when working with expert witnesses, from selecting and retaining an expert, through exchange of expert witness information and depositions, to examination of your own and your opponent's expert at trial. The guide includes sample forms for designation of expert witnesses and checklists to help you work more effectively with expert witnesses."--Scope of Guide.

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Contents

When Considering an Expert
1
When Selecting Your Expert
12
After Retaining an Expert
20
DETERMINE WHETHER YOU NEED A WRITTEN REPORT
32
RESPOND TO A DEMAND FOR EXCHANGE OF EXPERT WITNESS INFORMATION
38
MOVE TO EXCLUDE OPPONENTS EXPERT WITNESSES IF OPPONENT FAILS
45
IF APPROPRIATE MOVE FOR PROTECTIVE ORDER
52
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