In a world of single joint expert appointments, it sometimes helps to have a shadow expert¹ on your team. Not just to review the work of an opposing expert or a Single Joint Expert but also to dig and delve into the financial background of the other party. A shadow expert can often identify errors, omissions and misfeasance in the other party’s disclosures and reports and may also discover additional evidence. All of which could have a fundamental impact on the client’s ultimate financial settlement. Appointing a shadow expert can be very cost effective.
Principle areas: Business disputes – Divorce – Fraud
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[¹ A shadow expert is a party appointed expert engaged to advise one party during a dispute. He/she is not independent and is unlikely to give evidence to the Court.]