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Expert's Meetings

This pre-recorded webinar examines the important pre-trial stage of the experts’ meeting.

Experts' meeting brings together experts from both sides to narrow and agree the issues that the court needs to consider, it tests the technical knowledge, analytical skills and negotiating abilities of an expert witness under pressure. The seminar will give you the tools and information you need to conduct successful experts’ meetings.

Outline

  1. Legal requirements
  2. Preparing for the meeting
  3. Agreeing an agenda
  4. Do’s and don’ts
  5. The role of solicitors throughout the process
  6. The joint statement – what should it include and when should it be completed?

Running time: 1 Hr 6 Mins
CPD Certificate: 1 Hour

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Once you have purchased the webinar, you will be able to access the recording on this page.

Trainer: Dr. Thomas Walford, Chief Executive of Expert Evidence International Limited

Dr. Thomas Walford has wide experience in Private Banking, Investment Management and Wealth Management. Thomas spent 19 years managing Private Banks and nearly thirty in the city managing or advising clients on investment and banking needs. Also wide experience of UK, Offshore and International relationships.

Recent cases include working for financial institutions and clients in Interest Rate Swaps, Property Lending and adherence to Investment Objectives. He has dealt with a multitude of client situations and resolved them to the satisfaction of the parties involved. Thomas is a governor of and is a certified expert by the Expert Witness Institute.

In 2015 he was appointed on the jury of the European Expertise and Expert Institute (‘EEEI‘) as part of the European Guide to Legal Expertise (‘EGLE’) project. He is accredited by: the UK Register of Expert Witnesses, Expert Witness Institute, Academy of Experts, CEDR, also a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Court Cross Examination a speciality, as is advising on pre-litigation decisions on a Particulars of Claim.