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Air Quality and Product Liability Case Studies: A Chemical Expert’s Analysis

TASA ID: 203

End users of a product are occasionally unhappy with the product's performance or time of durability.  In the areas of paints, coatings, and adhesives, a paint or coating may fade, blister, or crack shortly after its application or well before its expiration date.  An adhesive may also delaminate in random fashion.  Additionally, personal injury may result.

Electrical Equipment Failures Cause and Liability

TASA ID: 419

Many insurance claims and lawsuits are the result of electrical system failures.  The basis for such actions is frequently personal injury and/or property damage that can be caused by fire or other degradation of related systems, vehicles or structures.  It will be shown that electrical systems can have high inherent reliability to minimize end-product field service costs, safety hazards and, of course, liability. Failures of electrical systems are most frequently due to external factors such as poor design, improper use, faulty manufacturing, substandard service, mishandling and other causes. System malfunctions are rarely caused by random component failures and a properly executed failure analysis will almost always identify an entity liable for resultant damages.

Sexual Abuse Evaluations in Young Children: Why It Takes an Expert to Determine If Children Are Telling the Truth or Fabricating Allegations of Sexual Abuse

TASA ID: 1385

The frequency of false allegations of sexual abuse by children and adolescents is of signifcant legal and clinical importance. Many professionals in the field of child sexual abuse are more skeptical of child claims of sexual abuse than ever before. Research on false allegations and recantation of sexual abuse has produced signifcant evidence related to how and why children make false allegations.

When Choosing a Forensic Psychiatric Expert . . . The difference between treating clinicians and forensic psychiatric experts

TASA ID: 2437

Many psychiatrists who are neither forensically trained nor board certified in forensic psychiatry continue to offer themselves to attorneys as psychiatric "experts." Too oftenm such untrained "experts" do not have clear uynderstanding of the signifcant role disctinctions between functioning as treating clinicians and as independent forensic psychiatric experts.
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