Whether you are about to retain an expert witness or about to cross-examine one, you want to learn everything you can about the expert’s experience and background. A new service, Expert Witness Profiler, helps you do exactly that. It provides you with a dossier that covers everything from the expert’s professional background and testimonial

Halfway through, 2009 is already shaping up to be a year of significant appellate rulings involving expert witnesses. An article I wrote for the e-newsletter of IMS ExpertServices looks back over the first six months of 2009 and highlights the five most important expert rulings handed down this year — at least so far: Top


Much is made of the fact that Sonia Sotomayor was a federal district judge before she was named to the federal appeals court. After all, if confirmed to the Supreme Court, she would be the only one of the nine justices to have sat on the trial bench.

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Jurors do it. Litigants do it. But when happens when experts do it? The “it” in question is blogging, and the issue is what impact it may have on a trial. While I’ve seen several articles dealing with jurors blogging or litigants blogging, I had not seen any about experts blogging — until now. I