Posts Tagged 'Witness'

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Dr Walford visits Dubai Courts

Posted on December 15th, 2017 · Posted in Criminal Cases, Expert Witness, Financial Litigation

On the 16th November 2017, Dr Walford visited the United Arab Emirates, Dubai Courts to talk to the court officials about the role of an expert witness especially with regard.. read more

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Darby Properties Ltd v Lloyds Bank plc

Is expert evidence needed in Interest Rate Hedging Product (‘IRHP‘) mis-selling disputes? To replace existing IRHPs the claimant company entered into a number of new such products with Lloyds, some.. read more


Lloyds Bank v McBains Cooper Consulting.

Posted on February 4th, 2017 · Posted in Expert Witness, Financial Litigation

Held in the Technology and Construction Court, this case serves to illustrate the depth of analysis and careful consideration that is needed before proceedings are commenced. In 2007 Lloyds Bank.. read more

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How To Give Evidence Internationally

Posted on November 13th, 2016 · Posted in Expert Information, Expert Witness, Financial Litigation

A presentation by Dr Thomas Walford Most countries have their own rules about how court proceedings should be conducted. The establishment of a framework has led to the ability of.. read more

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Highlights from the Expert Witness Institute Annual Conference 2015

Posted on January 27th, 2016 · Posted in Expert Information, Expert Witness, Financial Litigation, Investment

Expert Evidence’s Thomas Walford joins industry leading experts to discuss the essential role of the expert witness at the EWI conference Leading industry experts came together at The Expert Witness.. read more

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Final version of the European Guide for Legal Expertise published.

Posted on January 11th, 2016 · Posted in Expert Information, Expert Witness

After considerable work the final version of the European Guide for Legal Expertise (‘EGLE’) has been published. The project has been handled under the auspice of the European Expertise and.. read more

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Ethical Standards for Mediators.

Posted on December 30th, 2015 · Posted in Financial Litigation, Mediation

Mediation has increasingly become an effective and encouraged form of alternative dispute resolution (‘ADR‘) as a way of resolving a dispute between two parties outside of court, often saving time.. read more

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Mediators’ Personality – Does it Matter?

Posted on November 9th, 2015 · Posted in Mediation

Like a judge, a mediator is an objective third party in the dispute resolution process. But the similarities end there. A mediator is not there to pass judgement on or.. read more

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Is Mediation right for you?

Posted on March 17th, 2015 · Posted in Mediation

In its simplest terms, mediation is the assistance given to two or more interacting parties by a third party who has no authority to impose an outcome; the third party.. read more

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Dr Thomas Walford interviewed in Newsweek.

Posted on February 6th, 2015 · Posted in Expert Information, Expert Witness

As part of the series on 21st-century professionals, Dr Thomas Walford spoke to Andy Friedman of about independence and diligence in the role of being an expert witness. Link:.. read more