Three Ways Law Firms Can Utilize an Expert Witness to Improve Efficiency

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Early and active involvement by your experts can make the entire litigation process more efficient and even more cost-effective after expert fees are factored in. Deposition and trial outlines are rightly considered to be "lawyers’ work," but input from qualified forensic accountants and other experts can enhance those materials and improve the overall litigation work product and likelihood of ultimate success.

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