Expert and Witness Evidence - An Update [2024]

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David Amos

CPD Hours: 1


From our LAW2024 Online Litigation package, David Amos presents this 1 hour webinar and looks at expert and witness evidence.

The Supreme Court’s much anticipated decision in TUI v Griffiths [2023] UKSC 48 has provided guidance on challenging expert evidence. This follows the serious criticisms of the expert evidence in Muyepa v Ministry of Defence [2022] EWHC 2648 (KB) and Scarcliffe v Brampton Valley Group Ltd [2023] EWHC 1565 (KB). This webinar will consider the approach that litigators should take to expert evidence in the light of these decisions.

The webinar will also consider other recent developments including case law dealing with disclosure of an expert’s instructions, admissibility of expert evidence, the scope of an expert’s expertise and the directions on the fast and intermediate track.

Recent developments relating to witness evidence will also be considered particularly with respect to the drafting of witness statements where English is not the individual’s first language.

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