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A Review Report is directed toward the substantive aspects of developing a credible opinion of the quality of another’s work that was performed. Since the credibility of an expert’s testimony is a fact to be decided by the fact finder, the Review testimony opines on the substantive elements of credibility such as relevance, reliability, transparency, etc. A Rebuttal Report essentially focuses on argument related to quantitative aspects of testimony as opposed to the qualitative aspects. Each may be appropriate at various stages of litigation or the processes may be combined to produce more effective rebuttal testimony.
Who Should Attend
Attorneys participating in litigation and other adversary proceedings
Parties in settlement or other negotiating environments
Attorneys considering Daubert Challenges or Motions in Limine
What You Will Learn
Elements of credibility in expert reports such as lost profits, business valuation, etc.
Tips to evaluate credibility
Pros and Cons of Review Reports versus Rebuttal Reports
P. Dermot O'Neill has over 40 years of public accounting experience.
Dermot’s practice concentrates in the areas of forensic accounting,
litigation support, business valuation, transaction consulting, financial
analysis, and income taxation. He has provided consulting and expert
witness assistance in cases involving oppressed shareholders, personal
injury, wrongful death, accounting malpractice, and contract and tort
issues. He has testified as an expert in seven states, the Chancery Court of Delaware, as well
as federal bankruptcy court and federal district court.
Dermot is an adjunct instructor at Rider University College of Business Administration,
Graduate Studies. He has presented continuing professional education seminars and
webinars sponsored by the National Judicial College, state accounting institutes and
societies, bar associations, and universities. He received his B.S. in Economics from
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