Related Sector: Expert Witness
Whilst discussions between experts can be very beneficial, they can also be very problematic when conducted poorly.
In the following video, Mark Solon, the Founder of Bond Solon, and Nick Deal, Barrister and Head of Expert Witness Training at Bond Solon, discuss the positives and the negatives of these discussions and the joint statement that follows.
Bond Solon offers a course that provides experts with a comprehensive overview of what these discussions entail, possible pitfalls and the implications if best practice is not followed.
Find out more about our Discussions between Experts course
This article was first published on Monday 8th March 2021.
09 Mar 2021 13:09
Giles Kidner - Consultant Orthodontist
09 Mar 2021 15:03
I found this discussion very clear and helpful.
Carl Calvert - Sole Principal
11 Mar 2021 10:33
I have been an Expert Witness for twenty five years and had many Experts' Discussions.
That means that I can still learn and need to hear about the Court's views. When I am too old to listen to advice, then I retire. Until then, Thank you both so much. Most helpful, as ever.
David Lewis - principal
11 Mar 2021 12:46
Very good introductory discussion. In my experience, solicitors often simply cannot resist substantively attempting to influence the Discussion process throughout !
I'd be interested to hear about the option for direct recourse to the court for directions when finding I'm sitting 'twn. a rock & a hard place.
Jones - Prosthetic Expert
26 Mar 2021 14:08
Very useful and informative, thank you.
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