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Fed. R. Evid. 706

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October 23, 2017

This page includes documents related to the court’s appointment of an expert under Federal Rule of Evidence 706(a), of a non-testifying consultant, and of a fee examiner.

Laural L. Hooper, Joe S. Cecil, Thomas E. Willging
June 15, 2001

This report to the Judicial Conference Committee on Court Administration and Case Management describes two different types of independent panels used in the silicone gel breast implants litigation.

Joe S. Cecil, Thomas E. Willging
January 27, 1997

Letter to Professor Daniel J. Capra, Reporter, Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Rules of Evidence.

Joe S. Cecil, Thomas E. Willging
January 1, 1993

A study of why judges rarely appoint experts under Rule 706. In discussing this issue with judges, the authors learned of techniques and procedures that may aid judges when considering whether to appoint an expert or when managing an expert who has been appointed.

Joe S. Cecil, Thomas E. Willging, Emily Z. Huebner
August 1, 1992

A magazine that reported Center research and education activities in a concise format. In this issue of FJC Directions:

Thomas E. Willging
January 1, 1986

A description of the appointment of expert witnesses under Federal Rule of Evidence 706. The report discusses procedures for appointing an expert and for payment of the costs.

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