In Episode 177 Emma-Louise Fenelon speaks to Margaret Bowron KC about how to avoid disastrous expert evidence. This episode is an update to the popular 2019 episode with Neil Sheldon KC, available here.

Margaret and Emma discuss mistakes in expert reports, the standard to be applied to expert reports, actual and potential conflicts of interest, the importance of staying within one’s area of expertise, and the danger where lawyers get involved in joint experts discussions.

The episode discusses the following cases:

·      Radia v Marks [2022] EWHC 145 (QB) here

·      Bux v GMC [2021] EWHC 762 here

·      Robinson v Liverpool University NHS FT & Dr Mercier here

·      Andrews v Kronospan Ltd [2022] EWHC 479 (QB) here

Remember that listening to our podcasts will earn you CPD points. Episodes like these, with detailed practical material, can be found in our back catalogue; for example the last discussion on expert evidence with Neil Sheldon here, and here are a few others:

Significant Cases of 2022

Essential Inquest Law Update

A Duty to Offer Alternatives

The Most Significant Cases of 2021

5 Key Medical Law Updates

… and many more.

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