Expert Evidence: Law and Practice is a comprehensive survey of the
law, practice and procedure relating to the admission of expert
evidence in courts, tribunals, official enquiries and other
proceedings (including arbitration). It gives detailed guidance to
those involved in the pre-trial preparation of expert evidence or
the presentation or questioning of it in court. The Civil Procedure
Rules inaugerated a fundamentally new approach to expert evidence
and this edition brings together the many developments that have
occurred since introduction of the CPR. * Covers expert evidence in
both civil and criminal proceedings * Sets out general principles
and deals with their application in specific contexts * Examines
pre-trial procedure * Deals with every aspect of the expert witness
in court * Discusses the rules that apply in specific fields of
litigation, such as medical reports in personal injury cases,
patents, proceedings involving children and drink-driving cases *
Looks at tribunals not covered by the strict rules of evidence *
Quotes in full all important statutory provisions and rules of the
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