Strategies For Deposing/Cross Examining Experts

Published by San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association and Minnesota Association For Justice


Summary

What is the best approach in various specific case situations to deposing an adverse expert to set up the most opportunities for favorable settlement or effective cross-exam at trial? Strategies include:

  • Making the defense expert “Your” expert
  • Exploring bias through the expert’s personal business finances and income
  • Setting up trial cross-exam without tipping your hand
  • Exposing the adverse expert to give incentive for settlement
  • Locating the missing piece of the foundation of opinions

Presenters
Rick Simons
Rick Simons has been named one of "California's Top 100 Attorneys" by the Los Angeles Daily Journal. He is considered one of the best East Bay lawyers in America*. Personal Injury Attorney, Rick Simons, has been a Northern California Super Lawyers (**) in 2006, 2007, and 2008. He was recognized by Super Lawyers as one of the top 100 attorneys in Northern California in 2008 and 2009. Rick was also named 2006 Attorney of the Year by California Lawyer magazine. He was elected 1998 President of The...More

Originally Published

December 10, 2014


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Strategies For Deposing/Cross Examining Experts - Video
  • Strategies For Deposing/Cross Examining Experts - Audio
  • Strategies For Deposing/Cross Examining Experts - Paper

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