It has been said that conflicting expert testimony merely “cancels” each expert out: that experts can lose, but not win, a case. Are these mantras valid? What are the secrets to effective expert testimony? What mixture of “honest broker” and “advocacy” is the right one? Is the expert a “narrator” of facts or a hammer for ultimate issues?
SESSION CHAIR / MODERATOR
Ian SIMMONS / O’Melveny & Myers LLP, Washington, DC
- Belinda S. LEE / Latham & Watkins LLP, San Francisco, CA
- Robert MANESS / Charles River Associates, College Station, TX
- Scott A. MARTIN / Hausfeld LLP, New York, NY
- Lauren STIROH / NERA Economic Consulting, White Plains, NY