5 edition of Attacking adverse experts found in the catalog.
Attacking adverse experts
Stephen D. Easton
|Statement||Stephen D. Easton.|
|LC Classifications||KF8961 .E27 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008031217|
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Opposing the Adverse Expert: A Comprehensive Guide for Every Stage of Litigation, Second Edition By Stephen D Easton This second edition of Stephen D. Easton's Attacking Adverse Experts is provocative and insightful, helping you find and relentlessly expose every crack, weakness, or fallacy to oppose the work of an adverse expert.
This thorough book gives you detailed, practical advice on how to research an expert, both through discovery and on your own; how to use your own expert to undermine the other expert; how to attack overstated work product claims; key strategies for deposing experts; how to decide on your trial attack after the deposition; how to disqualify an expert or limit the expert’s testimony; how to cross-examine experts.
Opposing the Adverse Expert is a step-by-step guide to investigating, evaluating, and opposing the adverse expert in civil cases. It outlines tactics you can use to gather information about the adverse expert, both in the discovery process and on your own to: take effective expert depositions; evaluate the adverse expert's analysis of the key issues;Brand: Stephen D.
Easton. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: A step-by-step guide to investigating, evaluating, and attacking the adverse expert in civil cases, from the earliest stages of discovery, through the expert's deposition, your motion to exclude his testimony, your cross-examination of the expert and other critical phases of the trial, and appeals.
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Attacking Adverse Experts at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5. Chapter 18 Showing that the Adverse Expert Is Wrong Chapter 19 Attacking the Adverse Expert’s Credibility (Including Competence) Chapter 20 Conducting Mid-Trial Expert Discovery (If Needed) Chapter 21 Applying Irving Younger’s “Ten Commandments” to Your Cross of Their Expert Chapter 22 Sample Cross of an Adverse Expert Phase VI Finishing the Job.
The book begins by clarifying what an expert is and then details (“How the Conversation Became Exhausting”) the psychological forces at play that animate and maintain by: The book’s central thesis is that the cause of society’s rejection of experts is multifactorial, and the willful ignorance of some portends adverse consequences for society as a whole.
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What a wealth of. attack of an expert, counsel must dig deep. Clearly, the more information counsel has for attacking the witness, the better the cross-examination will be. The focus of such fact gathering prior to trial is to determine whether the expert witness has some personal File Size: KB.
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He also was cussing mad after he gave his own gelding the 1st of 3 west Nile that horse had an adverse reaction to. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Lines of Attack on Cross-Examination: Credibility and More. Cross-examination of an adverse party’s expert is largely focused on credibility, both because the credibility of the expert’s opinion is central to the value of the expert’s testimony and because it is usually very hard to attack an expert on any basis other than credibility.
DEPOSING THE ADVERSE MEDICAL EXPERT Dan Christensen I. SCOPE. It is my intent that this paper be a brief, very informal, discussion of some of the strategies plaintiff’s lawyers can use to depose defense medical expert witnesses.
It is not meant to be a comprehensive discussion of. Robinson, Texas Rule of Evidenceor Texas Rules of CivilFile Size: KB.
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