For attorneys, choosing a knowledgeable and experienced expert witness is of paramount importance. Unlike attorneys who are schooled in the world of litigation, experts often come from academia, the government and industry, and are not familiar with the unique skills required to be an effective witness.
Join EAS Consulting Group’s Independent Consultant and General Counsel at Herrick Feinstein LLP, Ronald J. Levine, for a one-hour complimentary webinar replay on the role, expectations, and required skills for being an effective expert witness.
The webinar will provide an in-depth overview of:
- The discovery process and the role of the expert
- The engagement process of becoming an expert
- How experts are utilized in investigations, trials, and arbitrations
- Projecting expertise as part of written reports and oral testimony
- The business of being an expert witness
About the Presenter
Ronald J. Levine, EAS Independent Consultant
Ron Levine has 40 years of experience advising consumer products companies in complex commercial matters. In addition to providing consulting services for EAS, he serves as the General Counsel of Herrick, Feinstein LLP, a law firm with offices in New York and Newark, NJ. He has practiced with Herrick since 1984, where he was a partner from 1985-2018. He served as Chair of the firm’s Litigation Department for 15 years.
A pragmatic advisor who helps clients anticipate, minimize and resolve the financial and reputational damage arising from claims and potential claims, Ron specializes in crisis management, for food and beverage manufacturers, and advises on class action litigations and investigations, including serving as an expert witness, related to labeling, the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), advertising claims, product recalls, FDA regulations and other concerns.
The EAS Expert Witness team is greatly enhanced with the addition of Ron. By strategically matching the regulatory purview of the case at hand with our former high-level FDA and industry executives, EAS offers in-depth analysis of FDA and other Federal and state laws as well as standard industry best practices.