About This Course
This presentation is practice-oriented especially for attorneys litigating personal injury and/or death cases in any jurisdiction. It delivers practical information about whether an attorney should retain an economist, how to find an economist, a description of the factual and other information an economist will need, the work product(s) of an economist and a direct examination of an economist.
The presentation will be comprehensive in scope, discussing the various components of economic damages. The presentation is designed to be as helpful to defendants’ attorneys as it is to plaintiffs’ attorneys.
The presentation offers suggestions as to how to conduct an effective cross-examination of an economic expert. The presentation addresses particular issues in trials in New York State courts.