Presenting Evidence Using Narratives
Developing Narratives, Using Experts to Tell the Story, and Minimizing Discoverability Risks and Daubert Challenges
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This webinar will prepare litigators to effectively present evidence in the form of narratives using expert witnesses, while avoiding discoverability risks and overcoming Daubert challenges. The panel will offer concrete case studies on using narratives to demonstrate "why it happened" rather than just "what happened."
- Importance of narratives in presenting evidence to jury
- Using experts to deliver narratives
Overcoming challenges of using narratives
- Daubert challenges
- Educating the expert
- Case studies
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- Why are narratives important in presenting complex information or data to a jury?
- What are some of the challenges litigators face in presenting evidence in the form of a narrative?
- Why are expert witnesses a good vehicle for presenting a narrative?
- What are some of the unique challenges in using expert witnesses to present the narrative?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Parker Hudson Rainer & Dobbs
He practices business litigation, including contract disputes, business torts, and consumer finance. He has... | Read More
He practices business litigation, including contract disputes, business torts, and consumer finance. He has represented clients in litigation involving business acquisitions, media rights, trademark and trade dress, real estate development, and consumer class actions. Those cases have often presented complex factual issues in finance, engineering, business methods, and information systems.Close
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