Experts. They can mean success or failure in litigation. Litigation can mean success or failure for a business. Success or failure of business can impact thousands, from staff to CEOs to other organizations in the supply chain. That is why it is essential for you, as in-house counsel, to be able to engage in the selection of expert witnesses, to be versed in best practices, to be able to support outside counsel, and to know how experts can best work to your advantage.

LexisNexis will moderate a webinar panel of in-house counsel, experienced litigators and seasoned experts, to provide you with guidance and insight on this critical aspect of litigation. The webinar – titled “In-House Counsel & Selection of Experts” is scheduled to take place April 28, 2011 from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time.

Designed for in-house counsel, but with valuable insights for outside counsel as well, the webinar will address these topics, followed by answers to your questions:

•Reasons you may choose to be involved in expert selection
•The appropriate level in-house counsel involvement in expert selection
•Best practices for assisting your outside counsel with expert selection
•Ensuring expert witnesses are prepared to meet the challenge
•Strategies for communicating and reducing fees associated with experts
•Using experts to achieve early resolution of a case
•What experts themselves think you should know in choosing experts

Appearing on the panel will be:
William Mayer, Vice President & General Counsel, West Region, D. R. Horton, America’s Builder, San Diego
John Tammes, J.D., ARM, Mass Litigation Claim Specialist, Zurich North America
David Eberhart, Esq., O’Melveny & Myers LLP, San Francisco
Michael Pietrykowski, Esq., Gordon & Rees, LLP, San Francisco
Howard Sandler, M.D., Sandler Occupational Medicine Associates, Inc., Melville, NY
David Dilenschneider (Moderator), Esq., Director, Client Relations, LexisNexis, Greenwood Village, CO

To learn more about the webinar or register, click here!