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The Expert Witness and His Evidence 2nd ed

Michael P. ReynoldsSolicitor, Nicholson, Graham & Jones, Philip S.D. King

ISBN13: 9780632033898
ISBN: 0632033894
Published: July 1994
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



The role of the expert witness has grown considerably with the enormous increase in litigation, particularly in the field of construction. This practical guide takes the expert through his duties stage by stage. The second edition includes more information on evidence, guidance on the expert's role in conciliation and mediation work and a new chapter on negligence detailing the latest developments.

Subjects:
Evidence
Contents:
Duties and qualities of an expert witness; Construction disputes; Professional liability; How the courts evaluate expert evidence; Formulation of the issues; Procedures for resolution of disputes; Evidence and the expert; Preparation of the Scott Schedule; Preparing for trial - Discovery; Preparing for trial - The final report; The trial - The expert in the witness box; Damages the client may recover - The expert's role; Future developments; Glossary