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March 02, 2011

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Jay McDaniel

Looks more to me like an issue of flubbed strategy. If you have good information to contradict an expert's opinion, deposition is probably not the best place to confront him.

Striking an expert or moving to prevent him from changing his opinion because of information that he didn't have earlier is a futile effort. The judge is in the vast majority of cases going to opt for fairness over procedural requirements.

Anita J. Finkelstein

Does anyone else see the irony in Mr. Pitt walking out on the law firm where his darling son is a partner?

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