Effective Use of Experts in the Aviation Case: Best Practices
Created on November 10, 2017
Aviation Litigation is a complex technical field in which specialized expertise is often required from the get-go. Therefore the use of experts is common practice, begging the question: what are the best practices when utilizing expert testimony in an aviation case?
Frederick Alimonti moderates a panel featuring distinguished aviation litigators and experts to discuss the role of experts and “consultants,” rules affecting experts and their disclosures, and what makes an expert earn his/her often considerable paycheck. We will feature exemplar evidence and animation.
- Identify “decision time” on experts and expertise needed
- Discuss benefits of retained experts versus in-house expertise
- Break down keys to effective expert testimony; does expert = advocate?
- Outline the admissibility standards for experts and their opinions
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