How to Examine Mental Health Experts: A Family Lawyer's Handbook of Issues and Strategies
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Each chapter in How to Examine Mental Health Experts considers one particular issue commonly encountered in litigation, such as when experts rely on experts, managing experienced-based testimony, or the purpose of evaluation reports, and consider three aspects to help lawyers understand and effectively manage the issue:
• Spot the Issue -- What is the mental health expert issue; and how can lawyers spot the issue in a case?
• Analyze the Issue -- What substantive information help help lawyers analyze the issue from two aspects: relevant case-law based principles and psychology's professional literature and standards?
• Address the Issue -- How can lawyers address the issue effectively in an expert s deposition or court testimny and in their oral and written arguments to court?
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