As trial approaches, you have received your opponent’s expert disclosure. You’ve scheduled depositions for your opponent’s experts. You have taken several regular depositions in this case, but you have never conducted an expert’s deposition. Your wonder, “What do I do?”
Download your free white paper on Expert Depositions now.
[button link=”http://www.youngontrials.com/documents/Steve-Young-Expert-Depositions.pdf” style=”download” color=”green”]Download Now[/button]
The Code of Medical Ethics of the American Medical Association presents fertile ground for counsel to cross examine opposing medical experts. In my experience, most doctors are unaware of these rules and in all cases violate the proscription against disclosing without permission the plaintiff’s medical information derived from a medical / legal examination.
Download your free white paper on Opposing Medical Experts now.
[button link=”http://www.youngontrials.com/documents/Steve-Young-Opposing-Medical-Experts.pdf” style=”download” color=”green”]Download Now[/button]
Would you like to see more resources on other topics? Send me your suggestions at email@example.com.