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Effective Expert Witnessing, Third Edition

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Effective Expert Witnessing, Third Edition

Jack V. Matson, «Effective Expert Witnessing, Third Edition»
CRC Press | ISBN 1566703409 | 3rd Edition (December 29, 1998) | PDF | 1,17 Mb | 240 Pages



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Book Description:

Effective Expert Witnessing, Third Edition incorporates recent court rulings concerned with reliability, relevancy, and admissibility of expert testimony, which have drastically altered the nature of expert witnessing and trial strategy. The author-a professional engineer who has testified as an expert for over twenty years in significant cases involving environmental issues-emphasizes the importance of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Daubert v. Merrill Dow Pharmaceuticals, which challenges attorneys to secure the services of experts who can survive the serious scrutiny of Federal and state judges performing a gatekeeping function to keep unreliable scientific testimony from juries. Whether you are a scientist, an engineer, an economist, a forensic expert, or a real estate appraiser, Daubert challenges and concerns must be a central aspect of your work-and that of the attorney who prepares you.


Book Info:

Pennsylvania State Univ., University Park. Covers recent court rulings concerned with reliability, relevancy, and admissibility of expert testimony. Emphasizes the importance of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Daubert v. Merrill Dow Pharmaceuticals, its meaning, applications, and ramifications for expert witness opinion and testimony. Previous edition: c1994.


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"Effective Expert Witnessing. Third Edition incorporates recent court rulings concerned with reliability, relevancy, and admissibility of expert testimony, which have drastically altered the nature of expert witnessing and trial strategy. The author emphasizes the importance of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Daubert v. Merrill Dow Pharmaceuticals, which challenges attorneys to secure the services of experts who can survive the serious scrutiny of Federal and state judges performing a gatekeeping function to keep unreliable scientific testimony from juries."–BOOK JACKET.