The purpose of an expert witness is to serve as an objective party to a lawsuit to provide an expert viewpoint. The most important responsibilities of expert witnesses are to evaluate and describe potential problems, defects, deficiencies, or errors. We will look at who can be an expert for damage calculation purposes as well as different types of damages and calculations. We will have a discussion regarding various sample engagements and lessons learned.
- Describe who can be an expert witness
- Examine various types of expert witness engagements
- Review tips for lawyers on how to prepare experts and engage them in expert engagements
||Thursday, November 21st, 2019. 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EST
||Your Home or Office via Live Webinar
||Bob Bates, CPA, CVA, CFE
Bob Bates, CPA, CFO, CVA, CFE over 25 years of experience in accounting/finance with experience with regards to IPO/reverse mergers, reporting, and valuations. He has bought and sold businesses and also has raised money for his entrepreneurial endeavors. Bob is an expert witness with publishing and teaching experience.
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