Expert Disclosures

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What does Expert Disclosures mean?

expert disclosures – Due 90 days before trial. Include summary of expert testimony and, normally, a report detailing the expert’s complete opinion, including its basis, underlying facts, and exhibits; the expert’s qualifications, including publications in the last decade; the expert’s compensation for taking the case; and the expert’s other cases where she gave expert testimony in the last four years. 

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