Expert witness

Expert quantum evidence in a world of fixed costs

A fixed costs regime without suitable fail-safes in place for the provision of expert evidence will be particularly harmful for SMEs, family businesses, and the self-employed, explains Richar

21 Jun 2016

Setting a 21st-century agenda for the justice system

Dr Hugh Koch, Professor Christian Diesen, Dr Tom Boyd, and Nicole Hampton discuss the use of therapeutic jurisprudence and total quality management in civi

21 Jun 2016

Expert witnesses and joint expert meetings

Dr John Fletcher and Michael Williams advise experts on meeting their duty to the court when it comes to join

21 Jun 2016

Getting unhappy experts out of bed

Expert witness work is no longer a risk-free activity, writes Mark Solon; experts and solicitors alike must be aware of the necessary due diligence to undertake and the potential consequences o

21 Jun 2016

Expert Witness Supplement Summer 2016

SJ's dedicated expert witness supplement is now available to vie

21 Jun 2016

The fundamentals in witness preparation: UK and State-side

The rules are less prescriptive and less strict in the land of the free, writes Mar

04 Apr 2016

Mind your work

Hugh Koch advises lawyers on understanding stress, resilience, and how to b

22 Feb 2016

Meteorology in legal cases

John Coates-Greetham discusses the role of forensic meteorology experts in interpreting weather records and applying them in civil and crimina

16 Feb 2016

Expert witnesses are not getting a fair deal from legal aid

The MoJ must make urgent changes to fee rates and case management if it expects to rely on qualified and experienced experts to advise the courts, argues Richar

16 Feb 2016