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When "the Truth" is found to be Lies: Identifying and handling experts who deceive

TASA ID: 12912

Note: This webinar was approved for CLE credit in CA, NJ, PA and IL (general and professional responsibility: Legal Ethics). 

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On October 27, 2021, at 3:00 p.m. (ET), The TASA Group, in conjunction anatomic pathologist Dr. David Strayer, presented part one of a two-part, one-hour, interactive webinar presentation, When "the Truth" is found to be Lies: Identifying and handling experts who deceive, for all legal professionals. During this presentation, Dr. Strayer tried to help you identify and address concerns relating to inappropriate or deceptive expert witness testimony.  What was said and what was suggested will reflect his experience as an expert witness, mainly relating to causation analysis.


Part I: When "the Truth" is found...to be Lies: Identifying and Handling Experts Who Deceive from The TASA Group, Inc. on Vimeo.

About the Presenter: 

David Strayer, MD is the professor of pathology, anatomy and cell biology, as well as professor at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University.  He has served as an expert witness in over 100 cases filed in state and federal courts in PA, NJ, DE, NY, MD, and TX. Most of his work is on behalf of defendants, but he has performed expert work for attorneys representing plaintiffs as well as those representing defendants. His expertise involves medical malpractice, industrial accidents, personal injury lawsuits, and objective assessment of cases. He has participated in and chaired over 20 professional grant review panels including NIH, American Cancer Society and others.

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