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How to Be an Effective Expert Witness at Deposition and Trial: The SEAK Guide... By James J. Mangraviti, Jr., Esq., Steven Babitsky, Esq. and Nadine Nasser Donovan, Esq.

How to Be an Effective Expert Witness at Deposition and Trial teaches you how to testify far more effectively as an expert witness. Expert witnesses who testify effectively generate positive word of mouth and often see their expert witness practices expand exponentially. In addition, effective experts enjoy the process of testifying much more and suffer far less testifying stress and anxiety. 

YOU WILL LEARN 

  • How to testify more effectively as an expert witness
  • The steps to properly and effectively prepare for your testimony
  • How to reduce the stress and anxiety of testifying
  • How to effectively reduce and  prevent successful attacks against you
  • Techniques to increase your credibility when testifying
  • 35 techniques to help you bullet-proof your opinions 
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How to Be an Effective Expert Witness at Deposition and Trial teaches you how to testify far more effectively as an expert witness. Expert witnesses who testify effectively generate positive word of mouth and often see their expert witness practices expand exponentially. In addition, effective experts enjoy the process of testifying much more and suffer far less testifying stress and anxiety. 

In writing How to Be an Effective Expert Witness at Deposition and Trial, the authors have brought to bear their combined experience of over 56 years of training expert witnesses. During this time, they have trained over 10,000 expert witnesses including experts at the FBI, Secret Service, FAA, DoD, IRS, numerous professional associations, and countless high-stakes consulting firms. 

As in their previous works, the authors get directly to the point, include executive summaries of the entire book and each chapter, use numerous examples, and make this an easy-to-use reference. The examples show why the expert’s responses were effective or why they were problematic, the consequences thereof, and how the responses could be improved. © 2016 SEAK, Inc. 475 pages. 
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