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Techniques Top Attorneys Use When Questioning an Expert

When taking an expert’s deposition, you start with questions to learn everything that he or she thinks about the case and has done or plans to do in connection with it. 671 more words

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How to Get Clients Involved in Discovery

Before you start discovery, you need to have a plan. Your client should be an integral part of that plan. Here are four ways to get your client involved in discovery decisions. 490 more words

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What You Can't Ask a Juror During Voir Dire

When selecting a jury for a civil trial, counsel has pretty wide latitude in terms of the scope of voir dire questions. But there are limits. 407 more words

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Fundamental Dishonesty: Roche v Alpha Insurance A/S [2018] EWHC 1342 (QB)

A useful reminder of the procedure for dealing with fundamental dishonesty defences post-discontinuance and the risks a discontinuing claimant runs in not providing an explanation. 988 more words

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Fear and Litigation

The time to take counsel of your fears is before you make an important battle decision. That’s the time to listen to every fear you can imagine. 872 more words

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Begin and End with Your Strongest Questions

When cross-examining a witness, almost always begin and end with your strongest questions. Except in a couple of situations. 435 more words

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