It is not pleasant to contemplate suing an expert hired to testify for your client. Nevertheless, an attorney’s cautious and prudent behavior may be enhanced and professional anguish minimized by frank consideration of the unpleasant possibilities.
The pivotal questions, around which numerous subsidiary issues easily cluster, are these:
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