Litigation

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Information about the courtroom use of forensic computer animation, whether as an exhibit or demonstative aid, or as a reconstruction of an event or as opinion evidence.

How lawyers can avoid or reduce the cost incurring the cost of retaining an expert that they do not anticpate will testify, without having that expert's testimony later excluded by a court.

Why it's usually a bad idea to secretly record your ex- in the hope of gaining an advantage in custody litigation.

What it means for a court to enter a ruling that disposes of a case, and the importance of the date of disposition.

When might a landlord or property manager become liable for an injury that occurs on its premises.

An introduction to forensic entomology, its uses and limitations.

Big mistakes that lawyers may make when hiring and using expert witnesses.

What are the signs of an accidental versus intentionally set vehicle fire.

Finding and using an effective expert witness.

What you can do after hiring an expert witness to make better use of your expert.

How differences between similarly qualified experts may significantly affect your case.

Tips for giving effective expert testimony in court.

How to use photogrammetry in court.

Issues that arise in personal injury and property damage claims following motor vehicle accidents.

Creating a contract for consulting services through a less formal agreement than a standard contract.

A formal contract for litigation consultants, which can be modified to suit your needs.

What is legal malpractice and when is a lawyer liable to a client for mistakes made while handling a case.

Important issues for serious personal injury cases.

Describing case management and document automation technology, software, and procedure.

When stockholders can be personally responsible for corporate liabilities.

Introducing fraud, silent fraud, and misrepresentation as civil causes of action.

Important time limits for filing injury cases and civil torts in the State of Iowa.

Important time limits for filing injury cases and civil torts in the State of Kansas.

Important time limits for filing injury cases and civil torts in the State of Kentucky.

Important time limits for filing injury cases and civil torts in the State of Louisiana.

Important time limits for filing injury cases and civil torts in the State of California.

Important time limits for filing injury cases and civil torts in the State of Maryland.

Important time limits for filing injury cases and civil torts in the State of Massachusetts.

Important time limits for filing injury cases and civil torts in the State of Michigan.

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