Law360, New York (June 16, 2010, 5:00 PM EDT) -- The examination of an opponent's expert is a pivotal point in any trial, but it can also be an attorney's downfall if not conducted effectively. Here, seasoned trial attorneys weigh in on which techniques are most likely to help invalidate even the peskiest of expert witnesses — and which strategies should be avoided.
Become a Detective
Preparation for cross-examination starts the day it's determined that an expert is necessary in your case, and that's exactly when you need to take on the role of private investigator,...
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