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Challenging The Opposing Expert

General educational background.

Areas of claimed expertise.

Education in the field.

Job history, terminations, multiple careers.

Work experience in the field, practical experience.

Ever sued in professional capacity?

Subject to any investigation?

Published works.

Engagements

Other opinions rendered.

Other cases where testified.

Acknowledge and importance of:              a. Using accepted methodology.  b. Fairness  c. Careful math, if applicable.

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How the party first learned of the case. Source: D.E. Heinberg and B.C. Riopelle, “The Use of Financial Expert Witness (or Consultant)--- From Both the Attorney’s and Expert’s Perspective,” The Value Examiner, November/December, 2004, p.48

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