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Common Competing Concerns Between Experts and Lawyers.(And how to avoid them.) It all starts out nicely enough. The Lawyer has called a fellow attorney, or looked on SEEK or Experts.com and read though a Bio and CV, or two, of potential Experts for her case. She picks one, and makes the call. The Lawyer andOctober 3, 2023
The dance between Lawyers and Experts; it’s filled with complex steps and mixed rhythms. The Texas Two Step has nuthin on the Lawyer Lindy Hop. I guess in this arena I suffer from Multiple Personality Disorder. I was (in a past life) a Lawyer, and now I am an ‘Expert Witness.’ (What a loaded termAugust 21, 2023
When a real estate lawyer is considering a mediator for a dispute, they typically look for mediators with the following three characteristics: 1. Expertise in real estate: A mediator with a strong understanding of real estate law and the intricacies of the industry is highly valuable. Someone who possesses knowledge of relevant statutes, regulations, andAugust 16, 2023
Lawyers typically consider several factors when selecting a mediator for a dispute. Here are some common considerations: 1. Expertise and experience: Lawyers look for mediators who have relevant expertise and experience in the specific area of law related to the dispute. This could include knowledge of real estate law, contract law, intellectual property law, employmentJune 24, 2023