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Over 90% of cases settle, though it could take months or even years before settlement discussions become serious for all parties involved. There are methods to help legal teams expedite these discussions, and one of our renowned experts has pioneered a process using game theory that achieves just that.
A balloon or airship, floating in the stratosphere and providing communications or surveillance services to users on the ground, would be a boon to many users.
Round Table Group is the expert at finding and placing expert witnesses using its extensive database and network. But, what happens after an expert witness is placed? Does the team at Round Table Group remain involved in the outcome, or does it simply leave the rest of the process up to the client?
Finding the perfect expert witness for your case is difficult enough—so how in the world do you find an expert on a never-before-seen virus during a global pandemic?
Finding the right expert witness for a case is like finding a needle in a haystack—and, as a busy legal professional, you just don’t have the time to sift through all of that hay. That’s where Round Table Group comes in.
Why Round Table Group was founded, how we built our expansive network of experts, and the power of good conversation during the intake process.
Dr. Heppe discusses how the problem of fake news and misinformation on Internet could be addressed through a solution of technologies, operating systems and creating certificates of status.
Richard Williamson, a leading commercial and complex civil litigator, talked to us about the importance of settlement discussions in commercial real estate industry.
We conversed with attorney Richard Williamson about commercial real estate litigation and when to rely on professional or academic experts for trial.
Dr. Heppe discusses how ScanEagle, a small, unmanned aircraft, was developed to provide precise GPS navigation and positioning.
When attorneys have to suddenly shift their focus on a case, it’s important to keep their experts updated too. Read our 5 tips so you stay ahead of schedule and keep the case moving with your expert!
Dr. Heppe discusses his 40 year career span in GPS and how this technology developed, its vulnerabilities and necessary evolution.
A rise in securities and other shareholder-related litigation is currently trending during COVID-19 pandemic. Read how retaining financial experts may help in upcoming litigations.
We sat down with attorney, Corey Wehmeyer, to discuss how COVID-19 has changed legal hearings and how mastering video depositions and testimonies is a must.
We sat down with attorney Thomas Maas to talk about the common attributes among world-class expert witnesses, what he looks for when examining the experience of an expert, and where he finds his best experts.
When selecting your expert, should you choose an expert with years of testifying experience or one that is well-versed in topic but less courtroom experience?
How do businesses reduce transmission of COVID-19 so they can successfully open and operate? How can legal teams advise their clients on navigating this pandemic and avoid litigation?
How can local, state and federal governments work together on specific policies to control the spread of COVID-19? How can attorneys quickly find medical experts for insight and guidance so that they can better serve their clients?
The rapid spread of a virus on the scale of COVID-19 has highlighted the role employers play in keeping illnesses from spreading in the workplace, and the risks (including litigation) that may arise. In order to help attorneys educate their clients on preventable workplace safety mistakes during and after COVID-19, Round Table Group has assembled…
With an eye towards potential future litigation, a few members of our COVID practice group have offered their insight on workplace safety best practices.
We take some time to quickly bust three common contract myths within the industry.
Legal teams must sometimes work under strict budget restrictions without impeding the expert’s ability to conduct work effectively.
Every industry has been forced to re-examine their processes and adjust business models in order to adapt to the impact of COVID-19. The legal world is no different.
Picking up where our previous blog article left off, we are continuing our examination of how to improve expert selection through a thorough and rigorous expert search process.
Expert selection has the potential to make or break a case, requiring legal teams to be thorough at every stage in the process.
Surprises during litigation can be devastating. Unfortunately, unforeseen circumstances arise, and sometimes a retained expert must be replaced.
As an attorney, you understand your case and strategy better than anyone else. Does this make you the best person to lead the search for an expert witness?
What is persuasive to a jury and how do you prepare your expert witness? What are the current trends in Intellectual property challenge reports?
How are Daubert challenge trends changing in intellectual property litigation? RTG’s Dan Rubin reviews why expert challenges are decreasing faster than the patent docket numbers themselves.