Expert witnesses will often make or break a case. But proper treatment of experts is its own minefield. This legal ethics guide shines the light on all the grey areas that can threaten the case and your professional reputation. Learn how to tackle potential conflicts of interest, handle prejudicial evidence, prevent misrepresentation of fact, and much more. Clarify the ethical bounds of expert witness treatment and actions, so you can fully focus on the task at hand - effective client representation. Order today!
Session Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern
Presenter: Daniel R. Shulman
DANIEL R. SHULMAN is a principal in the law firm of Gray Plant Mooty in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is a trial lawyer, who has been trying cases since 1970. He has been chief counsel in antitrust litigation involving major industries in a variety of cases ranging from data storage, media, food, oil and gasoline, airlines, consumer electronics, medical electronics, health care, thoroughbred horses, and many other areas. Mr. Shulman has also been counsel in trademark and patent infringement actions, and has an active pro bono civil rights practice. He continues to write and lecture extensively. Mr. Shulman has been the chair of the Sedona Conference Antitrust Law program every year since its inception in 1998. He is a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers; the International Academy of Trial Lawyers; the Litigation Counsel of America, Trial Lawyer Honorary Society; and the Nation’s Top One Percent, National Association of Distinguished Counsel. Mr. Shulman has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America 1993-2017; listed as a Minnesota Super Lawyer by Thomson/Reuters, 2006-2017; and listed in The International Who's Who of Competition Lawyers & Economists, U.S. Plaintiff 2014. He earned his undergraduate degree, with honors, from Harvard University; his M.A. degree from Yale University; and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from Harvard Law School.