Webinar: Expert Witness Do's and Don't's
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 Export to Your Calendar 9/30/2020
When: 9/30/2020
12:00:00 PM
Where: Webinar
United States
Presenter: Jeff Lucas, Esq.
Contact: Mark Husik

Online registration is available until: 9/28/2020
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Expert Witness Dos and Don’ts

In this one-hour Zoom webinar, you will learn the essentials of good expert witness testimony and you will learn the pitfalls to avoid that will ruin your credibility as an expert. It’s all about being credible. The judge’s determination of credibility is rarely, if ever, overturned on appeal. In order to be credible there are some essential tools that you will need in your expert witness toolbox. This course will provide you with those tools. Power Point presentation.

OBJECTIVES: To enhance professional competency and improve practitioner’s knowledge of the law as it relates to the practice of land surveying.




Jeffery N. Lucas is in private practice in Birmingham, Alabama. Lucas has been in the surveying business since 1976. He is a licensed land surveyor registered in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee. Lucas is a licensed attorney and member of the Alabama State Bar since 2003. Lucas specializes in land boundary issues as an attorney, land surveyor, consultant, mediator and expert witness. He has been a seminar leader on surveying topics that include ALTA/ACSM standards, boundary law, law of easements, water boundaries, surveying evidence and procedures, expert witness testimony, business law, contract law, torts and liability. He has over 30 titles that he has developed in his seminar library. Lucas is the author of “Alabama Boundary Law” (ISBN: 978-0-557-53328-2) and “The Pincushion Effect, The Multiple Monument Dilemma in American Land Surveying,” (ISBN: 978-1-257-86758-5). He just recently finished the manuscript for the “Illinois Boundary Law” book that will be featured in February, 2013, at the Illinois Professional Land Surveyors Association (IPLSA) conference in Springfield, Illinois. He has also authored over 100 articles on surveying and boundary issues and writes a regular column for P.O.B. Magazine since 2004. - See more at: http://www.lucasandcompany.com/jeffs-bio/#sthash.oiyj1IvP.dpuf