Expert Witness - Vol 10
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'Expert Witness Vol. 10' provides unmissable knowledge on the following topics:
An Expert’s Duties: Eminent Medical Expert Criticised In Court
Most expert witnesses would agree that the recognition of their skills and experience as a court-appointed witness to provide expert evidence can prove formidable but rewarding.
Remote Expert Witness Work: Less Theatrics, More Instructions
The latest snapshot of expert witness experiences shows that despite the large-scale restrictions caused by the pandemic environment between 2020 and 2021, litigation continued to flourish.
Is Hybrid The Best Step Forward To Attract Talent?
Working practices are a key issue for small and mid-sized independent law firms, according to the latest Bellwether Report from LexisNexis UK.
Firms at Risk: Small Firms Lack Time and Cash to Spend on New Tech
A concerning number of small law firms appear to be delaying in the implementation of new technologies, according to a recent report.
Register of Overseas Entities: ‘Extreme caution’ warning for solicitors
The government’s anti-money laundering (AML) drive continues; meanwhile, more law firms than ever are suffering the fallout following AML compliance breaches.
Email and Ransomware: Top Cyber Risks
The National Crime Agency has warned that cybercrime is rising both in scale and complexity, and no one is immune from the risk.
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