Expert duties reinforced as lawyer ordered to pay costs over biased witness

Author(s): Darcy R. Merkur

June 30, 2014


(written by Yamri Taddese, quoting Darcy Merkur)

In a decision emphasizing counsel’s duties around experts, a Superior Court judge has ordered a Toronto lawyer to personally pay a portion of his client’s costs for wasting time and resources after finding he knowingly used a biased witness eventually removed from the case.

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