Per Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, parties must disclose any expert witness they may use to present evidence at trial. These rules also call for the disclosure of a written report prepared and signed by the expert.
But what is an attorney to do with an opposing expert witness’s report? And when?
In this white paper, we’re discussing the most important case considerations both for and against sharing an opposing expert’s report, including:
- Could bias play a role?
- How your expert may interpret other methodology
- Tips for strategically sharing an opposing report