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The Difference Between an Expert and an Expert Witness
We think how we speak after awhile. An expression can become detached from its origins and then lead to blinders. In litigation world, saying “expert” and not “expert witness” is one of the particularly bad ones, made worse by its near universality. … Continue reading
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On Video Depositions… Because Sometimes Jurors See Clips
Why would a jury guy be talking about video depositions? Because clips from video depositions are often shown to jurors in trial.
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