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Effective Expert Testimony

Paul Zwier and David Malone examine the rules of evidence and ethics that govern the relationship of experts to lawyers, experts to juries, and experts to courts, all in a manner that resolves these issues.
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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter One: Introduction: Some Reflections on Experts

Chapter Two: Finding Experts

Chapter Three: Caring for an Expert

Chapter Four: Timelines for Working with Experts

Chapter Five: Nondeposition Discovery against Experts

Chapter Six: Preparing to Depose the Expert

Chapter Seven: Deposing the Expert: Strategies

Chapter Eight: Deposing and Defending the Expert: Tactics

Chapter Nine: Direct Examination of Experts

Chapter Ten: Experts and Exhibits

Chapter Eleven: Cross-Examination of an Expert Witness: Control

Chapter Twelve: Cross-Examination of an Expert Witness: Impeachment

Chapter Thirteen: Cross-Examination of an Expert Witness: Organizational Choices

Chapter Fourteen: Cross-Examining an Expert Witness in an International

Chapter Fifteen: Daubert Trilogy

Chapter Sixteen: Examining the Reliability of Expert Testimony

Chapter Seventeen: Conclusion

Appendix A: Selected Federal Rules of Evidence

Appendix B: Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26 Title V. Disclosures and Discovery:

Appendix C: Selected Cases Supreme Court of the United States

Appendix D: Court of Appeals Cases

Index