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Presented by the ISBA Federal Civil Practice Section

Join us from the comfort of your home or office for this live webcast that offers you the insights you need to select/present your own expert and successfully attack the expert of opposing counsel. Get the bench's perspective on expert practice, including the most common mistakes litigators make in expert practice. Attorneys practicing law in the federal court – with all levels of practice experience – who attend this live webcast will better understand:
  • What's required to qualify your expert to testify;
  • The scope of expert discovery;
  • Attacking opposing counsel's expert testimony during the deposition, in a Daubert motion, and at trial; and
  • Ways to improve the comprehension of your expert's testimony.

Program Coordinator/Moderator:
Jo Anna Pollock, Simmons Browder Gianaris Angelides & Barnerd LLC, Alton

Program Speakers:
John F. Kennedy, Shefsky & Froelich LTD, Chicago
Thomas Q. Keefe, Jr., Keefe and Keefe PC, Belleville
Hon. James F. Holderman, U.S. District Court Northern District of Illinois, Chicago 
Program Information
Date Presented:
February 21, 2014 1:00 PM Central
Length:
1 hour, 30 minutes
Experts Exposed: Expert Practice in Federal Court from A to Z
Choosing and Presenting Your Expert

  • Learn how to determine whether you need an expert at your next trial, as well as what's required to qualify your expert to testify with this informative segment. Topics include: tips on expert reports since the 2010 amendments to Rule 26; the scope of expert discovery; and how to prepare your expert to testify at deposition and trial.

Attacking Their Expert

  • Discover the most effective ways to attack opposing counsel's expert at deposition, in a Daubert motion, and at trial.

The Bench's Perspective on Expert Testimony
  • This segment addresses the most common mistakes attorneys make in expert practice, as well as tips for effective Daubert motions and ways to improve the understanding of your expert's testimony.

Speaker Information
Hon. James F. Holderman   [ view bio ]
Thomas Q. Keefe Jr.   [ view bio ]
John F. Kennedy   [ view bio ]
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Illinois State Bar Association
Total General MCLE Hours: 1.50
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