Expert Reports: Recent Issues

Author(s): Patrick D. Schmidt, Melanie A. Larock

November 13, 2014


A great deal has been written about expert reports as a result of the implementation of Rule 53.03 of the Rules of Civil Procedure and subsequently Rule 20.1 of the Family Law Rules. The amendments to the rules in relation to experts was a codification of the existing common law and a reminder to the expert that his or her duty is to the court which arises from the time the expert is engaged and prior to taking the stand to testify

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