In their Trial Practice column, Robert S. Kelner, the senior partner at Kelner & Kelner, and Gail S. Kelner, an attorney with the firm, write that expert opinions may be critical not only during the trial of an action, but also in connection with summary judgment motions that may follow the completion of discovery and the filing of the note of issue.
The Use of Experts in Summary Judgment Motions
New York Law Journal
January 22, 2013
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