Considerations for “participant” and “litigation” experts

Author(s): Robert M. Ben*, Deanna S. Gilbert, Lucy G. Jackson

February 1, 2021


Thank you to everyone who attended our Thomson Rogers Webinar Series “Considerations for “Participant” and “Litigation” Experts” held January 29, 2021 and conducted by Thomson Rogers’ personal injury lawyers Robert Ben, Deanna Gilbert and Lucy Jackson.

In this session, the following is discussed:

  • Difference Between Being a “Participant” vs. “Litigation” Expert;
  • Four Corners of the Expert Report; and,
  • Participant Experts and Bias.

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