Experts Must Investigate Materials They Rely On

By Jeffrey Klenk (August 29, 2017, 10:53 AM EDT) -- Experts are generally accorded wide latitude in terms of the materials they can rely upon in forming their opinions.[1] That latitude is curtailed, however, when an expert fails to independently investigate the information contained in the materials being relied upon....

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