Presentation Title

A Practical Guide for the Appraiser as an Expert Witness

Brief Session Description

The session is intended as a practical guide to delivering expert evidence and advocacy where it is permitted. How to assemble written evidence and what to put in and what if anything to leave out.

The expert witness and interaction between lawyers and advocates – an approach to keep them satisfied whilst being true to your opinion. Drafting with lawyers assistance.

The expert duty to the jurisdiction as opposed to the client. When and how do you express your opinion.

Techniques in delivering and receiving cross examination .Pitfalls to avoid for the unwary – working out what comes next.

Fees for expert witness work. The difficulty of contingent fee arrangements.

Presentation Category

Legal and Legislative

Audience Expertise

General Interest (Appropriate for all experience levels.)

Location

Peller Estates A

Start Date

9-11-2019 10:30 AM

End Date

9-11-2019 11:30 AM

Moderator Name

Jan Gieskes

Appendium Knowledge Area

Managing Complaints and Appeals

This document is currently not available here.

Share

COinS
 
Sep 11th, 10:30 AM Sep 11th, 11:30 AM

A Practical Guide for the Appraiser as an Expert Witness

Peller Estates A

The session is intended as a practical guide to delivering expert evidence and advocacy where it is permitted. How to assemble written evidence and what to put in and what if anything to leave out.

The expert witness and interaction between lawyers and advocates – an approach to keep them satisfied whilst being true to your opinion. Drafting with lawyers assistance.

The expert duty to the jurisdiction as opposed to the client. When and how do you express your opinion.

Techniques in delivering and receiving cross examination .Pitfalls to avoid for the unwary – working out what comes next.

Fees for expert witness work. The difficulty of contingent fee arrangements.