There are instances when a legal case demands input from one or more experts. However, this does not necessarily mean each party must retain its own expert.
There are benefits to jointly retained experts, however, to reap these benefits, the parties must put in the work. In this white paper, we’ll discuss scenarios when a jointly retained expert is a great move and what this cross-party agreement entails.
- How to obtain client buy-in
- How to set ground rules with the opposing party and jointly retained expert
- How to effectively define the scope of the project and ensure no surprises later