Summer 1999 issue of the Expert Witness newsletter (volume 4, issue 2)


  • Advice for Experts Facing Cross-Examination
    • by Steve Babitsky and James Mangraviti, Jr.
    • This article was written by Steve Babitsky and James Mangraviti, Jr. of SEAK Inc., a consulting firm in Massachusetts. Their article contains some excellent advice for experts who are testifying in court.
  • The Role of Expert Evidence
    • by Christopher Bruce
    • In this article Christopher Bruce examines the difference between experts and lay witnesses. He summarizes some of the leading decisions concerning “The Role of Expert Evidence” from both the Canadian and American courts.
  • Injured, Yet Better Off?
    • by Scott Beesley
    • In this article Scott Beesley discusses the proposition that a plaintiff is better off as a result of an accident, explains why it is false, and provides some examples.