Attorney fee award expert witness question outline checklists
Seeking, or defending, an award of attorney’s fees requires a different set of expert witness questions than you normally use for the liability part of the case. These extended checklists show you what to ask your attorney fee expert witness — and on what to cross-examine the adverse expert during deposition and trial.


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