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Expert Witness Journal issue 41, Forensics focus is available to download
- Mar 7, 2022
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Hello and welcome to the 41st edition of the Expert Witness Journal.
This edition has a focus on forensics, we have featured some of the more unusual areas of the forensic industry, such as ‘Current methodologies when examining paint’, by Brenda Peters. An excellent overview of a ‘Diving Expert Witness’ by Steve Garven and, ‘Electrical Fires Onboard Vehicles’ by Luke Collins of Hawkins.
We are particularly proud to feature Mr Colin Todd who has been recognised for his fire expertise with the award of a MBE.
We have excellent insights into ‘Forensic Pathology and Injury Causation: Medical vs Forensic Interpretation of Injuries’ and by \Dr Brett Lockyer who unpicks the Forensic Pathology Behind Strangulation and Suicide’, both articles by Forensic Access.
Forensic accounting and finance are covered by Mr Peter Crowley, Actuarial consultant at Windsor Actuarial Consultants Ltd who authored ‘Managing Disciplinary Complaints.’ Also Business Disturbance in CPOs - the road to a smoother, quicker and more transparent process, by Jack Clitheroe, Director of Forensic Accounting, Azets.
Many general topics are featured including, ‘Use Of Expert Accident Reconstruction Evidence At Trial’, by Ian Peters. ‘How Covid-19 has Created Fertile Ground for Predatory Marriages’ by Georgia Haughney. Plus articles on ‘Adjudication of Construction Disputes in a Post-Pandemic World’, mediation and insurance.
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