Ownership, Specificity, and Brevity (OSB)

The OSB technique is indispensable to establish veracity when hearing or reading questions and answers, such as deposition transcripts, expert report content and even daily conversation. You can (and should) use the OSB mnemonic in most of your public and private communications, including if you provide expert witness testimony. And, once you begin applying the technique you will find it indispensable in your forensic practice. The following describes its application.

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In this article, the Expert Witness Exchange (EWE) discusses expert witness liability exposure.

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