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International journal of economic theory, ISSN 1742-7355, 09/2020, Volume 16, Issue 3, pp. 282 - 305
.... This paper examines the litigants’ problem of losing incentive to provide information when judges seek the advice of court‐appointed experts... 
evidence distortion | court‐appointed expert | litigation game | persuasion game | court-appointed expert | Economics | Business & Economics | Social Sciences | Legal system | Accuracy | Disputes | Experts | Appointments | Litigation | Distortion | Judges | Courts
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Psychiatry, psychology, and law, ISSN 1934-1687, 08/2015, Volume 23, Issue 2, pp. 246 - 255
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Review of Law & Economics, ISSN 1555-5879, 07/2008, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp. 11 - 231
...” empowered to screen out unreliable expert testimony. We address the impact of “gatekeeping” on the accuracy of expert testimony and, consequently, on the accuracy of jury decision-making through a simple game-theoretic model... 
Court-appointed | Daubert | Expert witness | Technical advisor | Damages
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Canadian Society of Forensic Science Journal, ISSN 0008-5030, 04/2020, Volume 53, Issue 2, pp. 43 - 70
The present adversarial system is often criticised for not working as well as it should in the area of expert scientific testimony... 
tribunal nomme (avocat commis d'office) | Jury | court-appointed | contradictoire | évidence d'expert | science légal | forensic science | adversarial | expert evidence
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Journal of business valuation and economic loss analysis, ISSN 2194-5861, 05/2017, Volume 12, Issue 1, pp. 145 - 182
The expert business valuator’s primary responsibility is to assist the Court in the understanding of complex financial and economic issues impacting the valuation of an asset or damages claim... 
court-appointed experts | business valuation | ethics | valuator independence | duty of expert witness | limited bias | Ethics | Valuator independence | Limited bias | Court-appointed experts | Business valuation | Duty of expert witness | Valuation | Professional ethics | Courts
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Journal of forensic science and medicine, ISSN 2349-5014, 01/2016, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp. 28 - 32
At present, experts have become a mainstay of modern litigation, although criticisms suggest that the problems of how to fit expert knowledge comfortably into the method of adversarial fact-finding... 
court-appointed experts | expert knowledge | Adversarial system | lay adjudicators
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International journal of electronic security and digital forensics, ISSN 1751-911X, 2013, Volume 5, Issue 3-4, pp. 161 - 171
This paper reviews some aspects of the proposed reform on the admissibility of the expert evidence in criminal trials... 
Criminal trials | Law Commission | Digital forensics | Burden of proof | Expert evidence | Court appointed experts | Profession | Communities | Forensic engineering | Integrals | Crime | Legal | Digital | Security
Journal Article
Global jurist, ISSN 1934-2640, 12/2017, Volume 18, Issue 1
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Teises apzvalga (Vytauto Didziojo universitetas), ISSN 1392-9232, 2016, Volume 14, Issue 2, pp. 306 - 326
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Law and justice journal, ISSN 1445-6230, 2005, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp. 89 - 101
.... The need for court appointed experts is highlighted as it will help substantially reduce costs and cross-examination will be substantially shortened. 
Dispute resolution (Law) | Evidence, Expert | Court-appointed experts | Procedure (Law) | Civil procedure | Laws, regulations and rules | Court-appointed counsel
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Harefuah, ISSN 0017-7768, 2007, Volume 146, Issue 7, pp. 534 - 536
Israeli Law requires a Personal Injury Claim to be supported by an Expert Medical Opinion... 
Conflicting opinions | Expert witness | Expert opinion | Court-appointed expert | Remuneration of witness | Ethics, Medical | Fees and Charges | Humans | Legislation, Medical | Israel | Physicians - economics | Expert Testimony | Trust
Journal Article
The international journal of evidence & proof, ISSN 1740-5572, 2009, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp. 167 - 197
To resolve factual questions that require specialist knowledge in civil cases, European Continental jurisdictions have traditionally used only court-appointed experts... 
Expert witness | Comparative law | Reform | Court-appointed experts | Civil litigation | Evidence, Expert | Usage | Comparative analysis
Journal Article
Review of law & economics, ISSN 1555-5879, 2008, Volume 4, Issue 11
...€ empowered to screen out unreliable expert testimony. We address the impact of “gatekeeping†on the accuracy of expert testimony and, consequently, on the accuracy of jury decision-making through a simple game-theoretic model... 
court-appointed; technical advisor; expert witness; daubert; damages
Journal Article
한국경제학보(구 연세경제연구), ISSN 1225-8261, 2019, Volume 26, Issue 1, p. 105
...Adversarial bias is witness bias that arises because litigants retain experts to advance their causes... 
Court-appointed Expert | Litigation | 증거 왜곡 | 적대 편향 | 국선 전문가 | Evidence Distortion | 소송 | Adversarial Bias
Journal Article
Sociedade, contabilidade e gestão, 04/2015, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 29 - 46
...´s decision making process in the civil process. The court appointed expert job, shown in the expert report, must conform with the professional rules as well as with the... 
Expert report | Conformity | Court appointed expertise
Journal Article
Revista Mario Alario D'Filippo, ISSN 2256-2796, 2017, Volume 9, Issue 18, pp. 170 - 200
The court appointed experts offer many advantages that could be heightened if greater attention is given to its proper selection and the criteria thereby involved, apart from his/her mere impartiality... 
trust | legal epistemology | expert testimony | confianza | testimonio experto | perito oficial | epistemología jurídica | Court appointed experts | Prueba pericial
Journal Article
Revue d'anthropologie des connaissances, ISSN 1760-5393, 12/2012, Volume 6, Issue 3, pp. 209 - 248
Journal Article
08/2016, ISBN 1118492439, 17
... types of scientific evidence and particular problem cases. We now turn to the law and the court system to see whether they get the best results from expert... 
court‐appointed experts | Daubert | scientific evidence | law of evidence | expert evidence | legal system
Book Chapter
Mondaq business briefing, 02/2015
... decision released last year, the court criticized the practice of counsel reviewing draft expert reports and communicating with experts. The court stated that counsel... 
Evidence, Expert | Laws, regulations and rules | Court-appointed counsel | Analysis | Practice | Civil procedure
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