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Author Archives: Steven D. Groth
Presenting expert opinions at trial The last phase in presenting persuasive expert testimony is putting the expert on the stand at trial. Appearance and presentation take on more importance here, as does connecting with the jury. A jury views a … Continue reading
Defending Expert Opinions at Deposition Once your expert has crafted his or her opinions, they must hold up under cross-examination at deposition and trial. Part Two of this series provides tips for helping your expert give the strongest and … Continue reading
Presenting effective expert witness testimony requires more than finding someone who can arrive at the correct conclusions; you must communicate those conclusions in a convincing way. The rules of evidence and procedure can create disadvantages for unfamiliar experts and prevent … Continue reading
The Indiana Court of Appeals has denied coverage for two bar patrons injured at a bar, applying the assault-and-battery exclusion in the bar’s CGL policy. In Alea London, Ltd. v. Nagy, the two claimants sought coverage for injuries after one was struck … Continue reading