Three perspectives on expert witness testimony

By Mary Ann Porucznik

Physician, defendant’s attorney, and plaintiff’s attorney offer advice

It could have been your mother up on the stage, admonishing you to “dress neatly, be polite and respectful, and don’t lose your temper.” Instead, J. Kent Mathewson, JD, Christopher T. Hurley, JD, and Charles Carroll IV, MD, were providing the advice during Instructional Course Lecture 105 at the 2008 Annual Meeting.

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