How to Train Your Expert: Making Your Client's Case

In this book, see how to find an expert, how to make sure your expert actually helps your client’s case, how to prepare your expert for a deposition and for trial, and how to establish mutual respect with the expert. And, of course, the opening question and its ramifications: do you even need an expert?

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You don’t have to be afraid of your expert!

Janet S. Kole provides another book in her series of best-selling short and helpful guides on litigation for young lawyers. In this latest, she explains how to find an expert, how to make sure your expert actually helps your client’s case, how to prepare your expert for a deposition and for trial, and how to establish mutual respect with the expert. And, of course, the opening question and its ramifications: do you even need an expert?

Along the way, you will discover the ethical way to train your expert to be clear and helpful.

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