Use Your H.E.A.D.:
How Most Effectively to Choose an Expert Witness
August 25, 2016
Effectively choosing an expert starts with the question of "When." Based on the development of a sound case strategy the timing of choosing an expert is determined, Then the question of "How" most effectively to select expert may be addressed. This course covers the importance of settling on case theme and strategy early, understanding how the retention of an expert is a projection of power and commitment to the case, the effect of having the right experts on the opposition and how the best selection process involves evaluating the expert's History, ability an an Educator, natural capacity to project Authority and proven performance in Deposition.
Your Presenter: Douglas Field
L. Field attended the Universities of Madrid (Spain) and California
(Berkeley), graduating from the latter in 1970. He then completed law
school at King Hall (U. C. Davis) in 1973 and immediately entered the
practice of civil litigation in Oakland, California.
practiced civil defense litigation for over 29 years in the Bay and
Sacramento areas. Most recently he was the managing attorney of the
Sacramento Branch Legal Office for Farmers. There he oversaw fifteen to seventeen
attorneys, averaging nearly 1,150 cases throughout each year. He retired
from Farmers at the end of 2011. He has tried numerous jury cases to
During the entirety of his active practice, he has worked closely with expert witnesses in several fields including medicine, architecture, accounting, engineering, biomechanics, and accident reconstruction.
retiring from Farmers, he has dedicated his energies to the
presentation of seminars and workshops for expert witnesses on various
He is the author of the recently released book The Expert Expert – The Path to Prosperity and Prominence as an Expert Witness.
When: August 25, 2016
Time: 10:00 AM Pacific/12 Central/1:00 PM Eastern
One Hour CLE
Organization of Legal Professionals (OLP) is a sponsor of this webinar. OLP is a California MCLE Multiple Activity Provider. One hour CLE. Check with your state for eligibility. Classes are subject to change or cancellation. No refunds. Attendees may apply a credit towards another course or provide a substitute.