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The Practical Implications of a Jointly Retained Expert Witness

The use of a jointly retained expert witness can facilitate a speedy and efficient dispute resolution process. However, there are numerous key considerations that if not evaluated properly, can create risks and hinder the opposing parties' desired outcome. Contracting, scope of work, cost sharing, communications, discovery, timing, examination and the sharing of privileged information are just a few of the concerns that need to be evaluated.

Read the full article to understand the full scope of key considerations and how these, when handled properly, can be turned into advantages for both parties.