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What is in High Demand? A Graffiti Expert Witness

March 7th, 2016 · No Comments · Business and Financial, Expert Witness, Uncategorized

I am no expert so distinguishing between murals, graffiti, and street art is something better left to someone like Scott Haskins. He’s recognized as the man saving LA’s street art one mural at a time.   Mr. Haskins has been retained as an expert witness by, among others, the Department of Labor and the Mural […]

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11 Must See Expert Witnesses

April 29th, 2010 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Allow me to introduce (in no particular order) some of the newest members of our network at http://www.witness.net . Please take a moment to • see who they are • review their expertise • visit their website • and connect with them on LinkedIn Gary Cole http://cli.gs/cole Kenneth Goodman http://cli.gs/goodman Barry Lusk http://cli.gs/lusk Lamar Casparis […]

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Featured Expert Witnesses

April 19th, 2010 · No Comments · Attorneys, Dental, Expert Witness, Expert Witness Resources, Forensics, Uncategorized

Allow me to introduce (in no particular order) some of the newest members of our network at http://www.witness.net . Please take a moment to see who they are, what they do and then introduce yourself. Lou Fey Fey Consulting LLC http://ow.ly/1tIfE Gary Lee Underwriting Solutions, LLC http://ow.ly/1tIlM Paul Dicke Holistech Energy Solutions, LLC http://ow.ly/1tIny Eric […]

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Can a frog be an expert witness?

March 5th, 2010 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Megan Lynch Reporting megan.lynch@cbsradio.com EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. (KMOX)  — Some tiny amphibians could impact a Metro East court case. As KMOX News has reported, the Holiday Shores Sanitary District is suing the makers of Atrazine to get the common agriculture chemical cleaned out of drinking water. Now University of California – Berkeley biologist Tyrone Hayes says male frogs […]

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The role of medical expert witnesses: the Goudge Inquiry

December 22nd, 2009 · No Comments · Uncategorized

The role of a medical expert witness needs to be strictly defined and carefully controlled during legal proceedings and physicians need to be aware of their role, states an analysis of the Goudge Inquiry into pediatric forensic pathology published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal). The Inquiry into Pediatric Forensic Pathology by Justice Stephen Goudge […]

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San Diego DUI Lawyer Finds Dishonesty in DUI CaseTestimony

November 1st, 2009 · No Comments · Uncategorized

From Scottsdale-DUI-Lawyer Blog When it comes to court time, the prosecution (police or sheriff’s department) will often use evidence from their key witness in the crime lab. The expert that provides evidence of toxicology is the crime lab’s blood-alcohol expert. These key witnesses, often called forensic toxicologists, will often go to the stand and describe […]

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Job of expert witness is no easy thing to endure…

July 26th, 2009 · No Comments · Uncategorized

By Richard MeehanFor The Norwich BulletinTrials often require expert testimony to establish facts that only one possessing certain training and experience can describe. Most often, experts are highly credentialed medical doctors or have doctorate degrees. An expert, however, can be anyone possessing knowledge in an area beyond that of the average juror. The classic comic […]

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What Jurors Probably Don’t Know About Defense Medical Experts

June 23rd, 2009 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Written by Alison De VilliersFrom InjuryBoard.comWhen a Plaintiff is injured due to the negligence of another, the Plaintiff must rely on her doctors to testify as to the nature and extent of her injuries. In most states, like Ohio, the attorney for the Defendant/insurance company is then allowed to hire a doctor to examine the […]

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The 6 Phases of Denial

June 9th, 2009 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Article written by one of the Expert Witness Networks newest expert consultants….Bo Mitchellof 911 Consulting, Inc. To learn more about Mr. Mitchell, please visit his expert link here: 911 Consulting“I never thought this could happen.”Every fire fighter or police officer at the scene of an organization like yours has heard that whisper of astonishment. It’s […]

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The Ethics of Social Network Investigations

May 14th, 2009 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace encourage their users to supply copious amounts of personal information, ranging from their likes and dislikes to regular updates on their daily affairs. As a result, the sites are tempting targets for attorneys investigating adverse parties or potential witnesses. The Philadelphia Bar Association’s Professional Guidance Committee recently issued […]

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