Neuman Anderson Managing Partner Kenneth Neuman shared his expertise by writing the article, “Cross-Examining Financial Experts: A Trial Lawyer’s Perspective,” which was published in the March issue of the Michigan Bar Journal. The Michigan Bar Journal is a monthly publication that is published by the State Bar of Michigan.
An except from the article:
If you are going to engage in complex commercial trial work, one of the key issues you will likely face is the cross-examination of the opponent’s financial experts. Throughout my 28-year career as a complex commercial law trial attorney. I have conducted more than 50 business law trials through verdict, including jury trials, bench trials, and arbitrations (in 2014 alone, I had a six-day jury trial and two bench trails of five and six days respectively). In the course of my trial practice, I have cross-examined dozens of experts and have also observed opposing counsel’s cross-examinations of my experts. Through these experiences, I have identified five critical components for a successful cross-examination of a financial expert witness.
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