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Challenging The Opposing Expert (Cont.)

Terminology

Precise methodology used

Margin of error.

Assistants involved, background checks, training

Ever given an opinion on this subject before?

Readings

Precise opinions.

All things relied on to give opinion.

Theories rejected (e.g., if opinion is reasonable royalty, has he ruled out lost profits?)

Process of preparing report:  a. Ideas  b. Exchange of drafts with counsel  c. Changes suggested by counsel

All opinions reached.

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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