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Getting the Most Out of Your Expert Witness

March 19, 2024 (2 min read)

Why use ChatGPT to draft a letter to your expert witness when you can use our new letter template instead? Our federal expert (on experts) includes language for multiple circumstances you might encounter, such as informing the expert about the services to be completed, requesting revisions to previously submitted work, and terminating the expert’s services. Open communication with your expert is key to optimizing the relationship for the benefit of your client, so check our template out at the link below!

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