GLG Law July Newsletter:
Tips for Securing an Expert Witness

Before we enter summer’s homestretch, I wanted to share some tips the GLG Law team put together for our clients. Every day, we help our clients find and secure the right experts for their cases. An expert witness is one of the most valuable components of a case, but the right one isn’t always easy to find.

There are strategies you can use to expedite your expert witness search and avoid the roadblocks in the process. These best practices are based on our years of work securing expert witnesses for litigators around the world.

We’ve outlined some of the most common obstacles to securing an expert witness, and how to tackle them here.

All best,

David Solomon
General Manager, GLG Law

Tips for Securing an Expert Witness

An expert witness is one of the most valuable components of a case, but the right one can prove difficult to find. Just finding and selecting a credible and qualified expert witness can require significant time and effort. So where do you begin? These best practices are based on GLGs years of work securing expert witnesses for litigators around the globe.

Insights from GLG Institute’s 2021 Healthcare Leadership Summit

The GLG Institute’s 2021 Healthcare Leadership Summit held sessions such as “U.S. Healthcare Landscape: Redefining Value” and “Addressing Disparities in Healthcare Access,” featuring speakers including Jeff Kindler, former Chairman & CEO, Pfizer; Mark Dybul, Former U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator; and Amy Abernethy, former Principal Deputy Commissioner and Acting CIO, U.S. Food & Drug Administration. The event created an open forum to discuss ways we can collaborate and broaden our community to improve the efficacy of healthcare for generations to come. This article excerpts a few of those sessions and some high-level takeaways.

Dr. Ruth DeFries: Climate Change – Anxiety and Optimism

In our latest Deciding Factors podcast, Dr. Ruth DeFries, Professor of Ecology and Sustainable Development at Columbia University and Co-founding Dean of the Columbia Climate School, discusses how we’ve passed humanity’s climate “period of grace” and why we should immediately reduce planet-warming emissions while preparing for an unstable climate future.