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Challenging The Opposing Expert (Cont.)

Time spent on report

Test all assumptions

Access to facts and process for gathering.

Order in which all tasks performed.

Individuals whom he or she considers to be experts in the field.

Look for inconsistencies.

Check math

Work remaining to be done.

Time records and bills

Comment on your expert’s report.

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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