If I am called upon to give evidence at all"--he smiled broadly--"it will probably be as a witness for
The whole tenor of your quiet and reproachless life since you were last here,' returned Mr Haredale, mildly, 'shall bear witness for
The first step that an investigative agency must undertake to request a witness for
the Program is to work with the prosecuting U.
1999), the court held that a client could sue his expert witness for
negligence if the expert fails to exercise the care and skill common to his profession in forming his opinions on the client's case.
The point is that with high stakes at risk in most insurance litigation, such as the recent World Trade Center single/dual event litigation, neither side can take the chance of relying on just one expert witness for
Marvin Strait, CPA, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, a former AICPA board chairman who has worked as an expert witness for
more than ten years.
Many lawyers don't like to focus on the weaknesses of a case, so they make only a desultory effort to prepare a witness for
With this design, each of the three witnesses will appear as the first, second or third to witness for
A good rule of thumb is to spend at least three hours of preparation time with the witness for every hour of planned testimony.
A variant of this exercise is helpful in preparing a witness for nonvideotaped deposition testimony.
In the months, or even years, ahead, his role will be that of a witness for
The compensation to be paid the witness for
the study or testimony
This preparation-which is ethical and entirely proper helps educate the attorney and readies the witness for
We North American Lutherans need to become acquainted with Palestinian Lutherans in the Holy Land and determine how we can support them in their witness for
peace in that volatile situation.
In federal courts, CPAs have to provide a list of cases for which they have served as an expert witness for
the past four years, pursuant to Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, so opposing attorneys can always pull prior testimony from those cases," says Ann Wilson, CPA, former chair of the CalCPA Litigation Sections.