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Testifying at a Deposition

The scope of their assignment

Their current employment (job title, duties)

Their educational background

Licenses

Work experience

Memberships in professional organizations

Publication and lectures

Fields in which they are qualified as an expert

Other work they have performed as an expert or other litigation consultant

What compensation they are receiving (and what percentage of their compensation is derived from testifying as an expert witness)

What opinions they have formed

The bases for their opinions

Expert witnesses can expect to be asked about the following at a deposition:

Source: Crumbley, Heitger & Smith, Forensic and Investigative Accounting, 2003, p. 8-13

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