Need Help with Your Banking Case? Call a Financial Expert Witness
Is your firm litigating a financial case? Have you found issues in your case that cause concern? You may not be aware that a financial expert witness can be a lot of help in resolving those issues — and can even help you find solutions that help you win your case.
You might wonder how that’s possible. After all, an expert witness isn’t an attorney, right? That may be true, but just because your financial expert witness isn’t an attorney doesn’t mean he or she doesn’t have valuable professional knowledge, experience, and skill that can be useful to you in litigating your banking case.
For example, an expert witness will have a deep and thorough knowledge of financial and banking laws and regulations that may surpass even your own. He or she will have worked in the financial industry for years or even decades, and will be much more familiar with its ins and outs than any member of your firm.
Many expert witnesses also have experience working with attorneys and testifying in court. In fact, many expert witnesses now dedicate almost all their entire professional lives to legal consulting. That means, when you consult with a financial expert witness, you’re getting the assistance of someone who knows how attorneys on both sides of a lawsuit make use of expert witnesses.
As a result, you’ll gain priceless insight and feedback about how to structure your case and how to make the best use of your expert’s testimony. Expert witnesses are valuable because they are familiar with the ethical obligations they’re under as witnesses and consultants, and they know how to form defensible testimony and write coherent, legally sound reports.
An expert witness can pinpoint flaws or weaknesses in your case, and give you the feedback you need to correct them. They will be forthright and honest about your case, and tell you what you need to know to succeed, rather than just telling you what they think you’ll want to hear. Bringing Michael F. Richards to the courtroom and your case can be the ace up your sleeve in your next financial case.