Litigation counsel are always sensitive about communications with experts, whether retained as witnesses or consultants. While the 2010 amendments to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26 attempted to address common concerns and provide guidance on the scope of what is and is not discoverable, the new rule doesn’t provide all answers and the law continues to develop. This live webinar is designed to inform litigants about the current state of work product protection of communications with testifying and consulting experts. We will discuss how the scope of protection has developed, understand why, and attempt to allow litigants to become as comfortable as possible about what information shared with or from an expert is protected from disclosure.
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