Duelling experts in ADRADR Bulletin
AbstractExtract:A common feature of litigation is the involvement of dual experts, one or more presenting evidence for each side. A common problem in this system is that dual experts often become duelling experts — with a non-expert, the judge, having to decide between them.
Citation InformationLaurence Boulle. "Duelling experts in ADR" (1999)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/laurence_boulle/11/