Five Mistakes Attorneys Make After Deciding To Hire An Expert


Recently, not much new has been written on a subject that is so important to the financial lives of many people. Financial litigation is frequently complicated and expensive, and usually there is a lot at risk. After working in the Banking Industry for more than 32 years, as a turnaround specialist for ?troubled? banks, I have had more than my fair share of working with debt resolution, loss mitigation, banking litigation, attorneys, depositions and court appearances. It was, in part, that very experience that caused me to begin consulting or testifying for attorneys on finance-related matters.

Working with attorneys in recent years when I wasn?t a party to the litigation has been a real eye-opener. The eye-opener has been some common mistakes they make in selecting and utilizing an expert consultant or witness.

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Published In: Finance & Banking Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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