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Using Experts in Fiduciary Litigation

11:55      Welcome and Introductions

12:00      Using Experts in Fiduciary Litigation

Kimberly J. "Kim" Kirk, Johnston Allison & Hord PA, Charlotte

When is expert discovery useful and admissible? How do the 2018 revisions to Rule 26 of the North Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure affect expert discovery? What factors should you consider when deciding whether to have your expert prepare a report? This session dives into areas and uses of experts in fiduciary litigation and considerations when going into expert depositions, including issues arising from subpoenas and objections thereto. Review the scope of work product protection and how and when documents must be produced, explore cost-shifting options, and identify venue distinctions via a comparison of expert discovery protocol in federal court, North Carolina Superior Court, and proceedings before the Clerk of Court.

1:00        Adjourn

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Contributors

  • Kimberly J. Kirk, Johnston Allison & Hord PA, Charlotte

    Kimberly J. "Kim" Kirk is a partner in the litigation group at Johnston, Allison & Hord, P.A., in Charlotte. Kim regularly handles multi-party fiduciary litigation matters and estate-related disputes in Superior Court and before the Clerk of Court. Kim is a member of the Litigation Section and the Estate Planning & Fiduciary Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association. She is currently Co-Chair of the Fiduciary Litigation Committee and is a co-author of the "Tortious Interference with Inheritance" chapter of the North Carolina Fiduciary Litigation Manual. Kim received her B.A. in 2006 from the University of Michigan and her J.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law in 2012.

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November 18, 2020
Wed 11:55 AM EST

Duration 1H 5M

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