The Expert Witness Arena: New Ground for Practitioners

Bogumil, Natalie M.; Bogumil, Walter A.
August 1999
Journal of Financial Planning;Aug1999, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p89
Academic Journal
Provides information to help identify a new niche for financial planning practitioners in the expert witness work in litigation cases. Legal areas where financial planners who serve as an expert witness for attorneys can work; Qualifications necessary to be an expert witness; Responsibilities of an expert witness; How the economic loss report is organized. INSET: PERSONAL INJURY CASE, CHECLIST OF ALL ECONOMIC LOSSES.


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