Automotive Litigation

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The Georgia Supreme Court has raised the bar on when a party must preserve evidence. It is clear that the duty to preserve relevant evidence arises when litigation is reasonably foreseeable to the party in control of evidence. Actual notice from a potential plaintiff clearly makes litigation foreseeable. However, constructive …

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Cross-examining experts is an art. Your success depends largely on your preparation. If you are prepared, there is no expert that you cannot dominate. I have had the opportunity during my career to depose and cross-examine numerous liability experts, particularly in products liability cases, and damages experts, including physicians from …