In this course, attorney Raymond Furey discusses the decision as to whether to obtain and use an expert; how to obtain an expert; and how to generally obtain an opinion and interact with the expert. This is a presentation of the practical aspects and will not be a study of case law or the procedural aspects of presenting an expert witness.
A listener will be exposed to the general elements of selecting an expert, meeting with the expert, and obtaining the expert’s opinion for trial. It is designed for either the trial
Raymond Furey is a graduate of Rutgers University and Indiana University Maurer School of Law, and admitted in New York and Florida. The focus of his practice has been civil trial litigation. He is board certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy from 1993 to the present; a former member of the Board of Directors of the Nassau County Bar Association; a former member of the 10th Judicial District Grievance Committee (8 years); and is included in the list of both Super Lawyers and the Best Lawyers in the U.S for the last 10 years.
He is a speaker for numerous organizations such as American Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, Nassau Bar Association, St. John’s University School of Law, Hofstra University School of Law, and various medical societies and professional organizations. He is a former Captain in the United States Army.
ray was an excellent teacher
Instructor was excellent
Excellent, experienced lecturer. He's the real deal.
informative speaker. good tips to know when litigating.
Mr. Furey's organization and presentation was excellent.
Very good presentation
past experiences were very helpful.
Extremely basic course. Good for law students
Outstanding presentation! Clear and concise. I would highly recommend this course.
high yield, concise, practice advice for seeking appropriate expert witnesses for trial attorneys
Very informative and practical
Excellent, easy to understand