Lynne Bernabei presented a CLE session, “Preparing for an Expert Witness Deposition in Employment Cases” on April 20, 2017.  Lynne focused on how to analyze and attack the opposing expert’s qualifications, opinions, and expert methodology.  Lynne also explained approaches for analyzing the assumptions made by the expert witness, and determining whether those […]

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On November 5, 2015, Lynne Bernabei did a Continuing Legal Education presentation at the annual conference of the American Bar Association, Section of Labor and Employment Law in Philadelphia.  Lynne’s presentation, co-authored with Alan Kabat, was “Do We Really Need Experts in This Case and When Should We Hire Them”.  She discussed […]

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The American Bar Association’s The Brief, published for lawyers practicing tort and insurance law, recently published an article by Lynne Bernabei, Matt Radler, and Lauren Mendonsa, “Ethical Duties and Standards in Disqualifying, Retaining, and Communicating with Expert Witnesses.” They discussed the issues arising from Daubert challenges to disqualifying an expert, as well […]

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Last Thursday, April 25, Lynne Bernabei joined John A. Damico, Hon, Theresa C. Buchanan and Joseph P. Esposito at a forum hosted by the ABA discussing ethical standards and duties when dealing with expert witnesses. Click here for the written accompaniment material, titled Ethics & Experts – What you May Not Know […]

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