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2021-03 Haughton Page 1

Exceeding the Bounds of Expert Reason and Credibility – Case Studies

March 01, 2021

In construction defects litigation, opposing parties often present widely divergent assessments of the nature, cause, and extent of purported deficiencies. Such conflicting presentations may well be founded on reasonable analyses by impartial experts who simply have honestly differing perspectives of the underlying facts and logic of the case. Alternatively, some consultants simply may not truly understand the issues being litigated.

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