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CHAPTER 33 Getting the most out of expert witnesses

Contracts for Construction and Engineering Projects


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CHAPTER 33

Getting the most out of expert witnesses

Getting the most out of expert witnesses

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33.1 When to brief an expert

The appropriate time to brief an expert in pending or actual litigation or arbitration will depend on a number of issues arising from the dispute. It also depends on what role the expert is required to fulfil – expert witness (“clean expert”) or technical expert member of the legal team (“dirty expert”). The distinction between these roles is fundamental; it must be clearly understood by the legal team, and it must be made clear in the brief to the expert.

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