Don't Be Left Without An Expert Witness

Law360, New York (April 1, 2016, 11:18 AM EDT) -- Stanley J. Parker

Alaura R. Maglio The concern of any trial lawyer is that the testimony of a witness critical to proving the case will be excluded. This concern is made all the worse if it occurs in response to an objection when the witness is on the witness stand and the lawyer has no other means to introduce the evidence. Take for instance a lawyer representing a plaintiff in an excessive use of force case against a police department, in which the lawyer's client's jaw was broken by the arresting officer. The lawyer calls her client's treating physician to the...

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