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Expert Investigations Using Plaintiff Only Databases
Published by TrialSmith.com and Consumer Attorneys of California




Summary
Due diligence in any expert investigation should always start with a simple search of TrialSmith – the nation’s largest expert database exclusively serving the plaintiff bar.

TrialSmith has more than 610,000 expert depositions and more than 9 million other searchable documents and items, linking you not only to critical documents, challenges, disciplinary actions and more, but also to plaintiff lawyers nationwide with direct experience on experts.

In this webinar you’ll learn how to maximize your research at TrialSmith.com. Learn how to quickly and efficiently search through various databases – Depositions, Pleadings, Expert Challenges, Disciplinary Actions, Case Law News, List Messages and more – all with a single search. Learn to quickly mine through documents using phrases and terms, and learn how to access and read all of the transcripts online.

You’ll also learn about TrialSmith’s patented document sharing program, where you can contribute and archive your law firm’s expert depositions in the cloud at TrialSmith, with free access for your firm’s archive.

Presenters
Kent Hughes
President & CEO, TrialSmith
How To Attend
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