Neutral and reliable advice and guidance
An expert can be appointed at different stages of a case. In the early stages, they will focus on advice and assistance: highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of the case in order to enable a party to assess its risks in taking the case forward. Following the advisory stage, an expert may produce a formal report for service in the proceedings, and possibly ultimately giving evidence and being cross-examined at a hearing. Early appointment of a trusted expert brings major advantages, as it allows them to identify and narrow the issues so only those that are most important, or which are not agreed, are put before the tribunal. This helps to streamline the process and make it more cost effective.
Our team has provided neutral, informed and reliable advice and opinions for more than 25 years. In the last five years alone we have been instructed on over 200 cases, including some of the most complex, high value disputes in the world.
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