THREE SIMPLE RULES FOR CONDUCTING A CROSS-EXAMINATION11 May 2022 By Veijo Heiskanen
Seasoned arbitration practitioners are used to seeing various ways to conduct a cross-examination, not all of which are equally effective. It is in the interest of our clients, as well as, indirectly, the arbitration industry, that cross-examinations are conducted as efficiently and effectively as possible. Increased efficiency will result in less time and money being spent on cross-examination, whereas increased effectiveness is more likely to produce evidence that is favorable to your client’s case.
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