Experts in Federal Practice

Today I spoke at the annual federal civil procedure update seminar presented in Chicago by the Practising Law Institute. This year's program was entitled “Federal Civil Practice Update 2011: A Practical Guide to New Developments, Procedures & Strategies.” I presented two topics relating to experts in federal practice: (1) methods of challenging an opponent’s experts, and (2) the 12/1/2010 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure regarding expert discovery. I authored two articles that were published in the PLI Handbook for the seminar, which I am making available for download here:

"Challenging An Expert’s Opinion and Testimony"

"The 2010 Amendments to the Expert Discovery Rules"

I hope you find these materials useful.