Webinar Series 2: How to Deal with an Aggressive Cross Examiner at Deposition & Trial

May 07, 2015 at 1:00 PM
Pre-Paid (Member): $0.00
Pre-Paid (Non-Member): $30.00
Pay at the Door (Member): $0.00
Pay at the Door (Non-Member): $30.00

The webinar is scheduled for 1pm PDT/3pm CDT/4pm EDT. Register by clicking the "Register Now" button, and before the scheduled webinar you will receive an email with a second registration which will provide additional information such as your unique login and dial-in number. Contact National Office at execdir@forensic.org or 415.369.9614 with any additional questions. 


How to deal with an aggressive cross examiner in deposition and trial

Join us for our second webinar presentation featuring Dallas Chapter member Rudy Robinson, III, MAI. Rudy will give a unique and interactive presentation on best-practices when dealing with an aggressive cross-examiner in both trial and deposition. Do you know what do to if the cross-examiner demands your entire file and electronic file in the matter? When should you start preparations for your deposition? Attend the webinar to find out! 


Rudy Robinson III, MAI has given hundreds of depositions as an expert witness. He has over forty years’ experience in real estate and appraisal. Mr. Robinson became a real estate broker in the early 1970s, a Member of the Appraisal Institute in 1980, and he founded Austin Valuation Consultants in 1989. His background includes a broad range of appraisal and consulting assignments throughout the United States. Mr. Robinson specializes in expert witness testimony, and consulting on complex and challenging real estate problems. Prior projects include Superfund sites, landfills, hazardous waste incinerators, sites with subsurface contamination, tank farms, golf courses, ski resorts, historic landmarks, power-generating plants, municipal utility districts, mines, quarries, ranches, etc.


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