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by Andrew Henderson, James Burnie, Zia Ullah and David Cook at Eversheds-Sutherland.

Phillip and Elizabeth Taylor review ‘Legal Mind - Contemporary Issues in Psychological Injury and Law’ by Hugh Koch

by Ben Zielinski - Senior Associate Shoosmith LLP

The problem

In a criminal trial, a jury or magistrates’ court is required to determine disputed factual issues.

by Gavin Stuart, Partner, Bartier Perry Pty Limited

Even the most eminent expert must comply with the admissibility rules, says Mark Solon.

This case, heard in the Singapore High Court, concerns the collision of two bulk carriers in Singapore waters on 16 May 2014. The plaintiffs owned the Meghna Princess (‘MP’), a single screw bulk carrier built in 1995 and laden with 46k metric tons of cement clinker from Vietnam, destined for Bangladesh. The ship owned by the defendants, the Dream Star (‘DS‘), was younger, larger, and carrying 78k metric tons of coal. Both ships had fully functioning navigational equipment and the weather and visibility was good.

The end goal when instructing an expert witness report is ultimately a detailed, objective report based on sound clinical judgment; a report that stands up in Court and enables decisions to be made in the interests of the litigation process. The journey to this outcome is dependant on outstanding expert witnesses with strong clinical experience. Here, Bush & Company Rehabilitation expert witnesses explain what they feel their role is in providing expert reports and opinion in both quantum and liability.

by Donna Scully, Director, Carpenters

by Andrew Kasapis - Director, Disputes/Investigations Duff & Phelps Ltd. - www.duffandphelps.com

The sky is the limit in Laird Languages. As an almost independent entity within Laird Expert, it has steadily grown into a major facilitator in the interpretation and translation industry


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