In their Trial Advocacy column, Ben Rubinowitz, a partner at Gair, Gair, Conason, Steigman, Mackauf, Bloom & Rubinowitz, and Evan Torgan, a member of Torgan & Cooper, write that when selecting an expert to testify at trial, consideration should be given to his or her stature not just from the standpoint of formal classroom education and training, but also from the aspect of his or her ability to communicate credibly and effectively to the jury.
The Collateral Attack: Challenging Qualifications of an Expert Witness
New York Law Journal
April 29, 2013
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