You also need the files of the expert, long before you take the deposition of the adverse expert, because you need to understand the other side’s theory of the case for your own investigation and for your own expert’s study.
And you also need to demand the files of the adverse expert because…. Need I go on?
You know you need a bulletproof, inclusive, “they can’t evade this”, demand for those files and other items you need from that adverse expert.
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Three big points:
- The Request for Adverse Expert’s Files will allow you to send out your notice without a half hour of drafting. Pull the form up on your computer. Check that it does what you want in this specific case. Make any changes needed (but we bet in most cases all you will do in insert the case name and the name of the adverse expert). Send it out. Five minutes and you are done.
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All The Best,
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