"Don't face an unexpected motion on the first day of trial to throw out your expert's opinion. Our form order prevents unfair surprise."
ExpertEase™ A comprehensive 8 page Report plus a 2 page, 11 points, legal form for a proposed court order to prevent surprise challenges to your expert's opinions.
In today's courtroom, only an opinion that the judge believes is reliable goes into evidence. Whether you are in federal court, where the Daubert gatekeeping requirements are used by the trial judge or in a state court, you must now anticipate motions by the other side to exclude your expert's opinion from evidence.
You do not want to be surprised the day of trial by a motion to exclude the testimony of your expert. It's too late then to repair the holes the judge then says exist in your expert's analysis or methodology.
There is only one way you can avoid those surprise motions to exclude your expert's testimony: get a court order that prevents surprise motions to exclude expert testimony. At the first court scheduling conference --- make a motion for a court order, protecting you against unfair sneak attacks. If you have that protection you will have time to meet the challenge with full force, and if necessary, to ask your expert for needed supplementation.
Whether you are the plaintiff's attorney or the defense attorney, if your side's expert opinion is not in evidence, the consequences can be disastrous. Not only are there consequences in that particular case, there are consequences that arise even after that particular case ends. If an attorney cannot get a retained expert's opinion into evidence, the attorney faces three major consequences:
You do not want to be that attorney!
Our Pretrial Order on Expert Opinion Challenges© gives you both a no-nonsense quick report of the law involved and also a suggested form of court order that you can present to the court at an early stage of the litigation. Ask the court for this order and it will prevent surprise, allowing you to go into court confident that your expert's opinion is going to go into evidence.
Whether you are on the offense or defense, this form shows you the points that you want in the court order. You have much to gain by using the Pretrial Order on Expert Opinion Challenges© the next time you have a case involving an expert witness.
We are selling this report and form as mentoring advice and draft material that is worth more than the price. If you are not satisfied that it is worth every penny, ask for a refund. But we are confident that you, like others before you, will agree that this Pretrial Order on Expert Opinion Challenges© is a value well worth the small price for top-notch advice.
Pretrial Order on Expert Opinion Challenges© is furnished to you, in PDF format, right to your computer, by immediate download access. If you have to go to a pre-trial conference, buy Pretrial Order on Expert Opinion Challenges© and start modifying the form for your own specific case just three minutes from now.
The fact is, just the FEELING of being prepared for one case alone must be worth $18. Pretrial Order on Expert Opinion Challenges© lets you go forth to the deposition or trial in the confidence of preparation. Consider your small investment a little "emotional insurance policy".
This is your invitation to become a part of the attorneys who have the advantage of this protective device.
All The Best,
Leonard Bucklin, Civil Trial Attorney
P.S. If Pretrial Order on Expert Opinion Challenges© saves you just one case from collapsing - ever - it will have paid for itself many times over. Attorneys who are using my system right now are saving themselves worry every month.
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