Expert Impartiality: Compliance

Siu Yung Alan Ma, Friso Jansen, H.C.H. Koch* (Corresponding / Lead Author), M Aldridge, K.E. Nokling (Corresponding / Lead Author)

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    Abstract

    Court-instructed discussions between experts are getting more frequent, reflecting that they are held in high regard as a method for clarifying expert opinions and, their similarity and differences. They reduce court time, limit legal costs and encourage settlement between parties (Bond Solon, 2023).
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalPI Brief Update Law Journal
    Publication statusPublished (VoR) - 2 Jun 2023

    Keywords

    • Expert, Expert Evidence, Impartiality, Compliance

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