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“I look forward to seeing you at your fall meeting. Thank you once more.”
“Jim, I just finished trial testimony as an expert witness in Minneapolis. The attorneys and client were quite pleased and impressed and I realized how much of my performance today was guided and informed by the principles and ideals I was taught by SEAK. My forensics interest is growing (I may actually need to refuse some reviews soon due to overload) and I believe that you and your colleagues (but especially you) had a big part in that growth – both in my training as well as that of my wife Jill who acts as my assistant.”
“You have landed at least 6 good cases for me this year! I plan to attend the seminar again in 2012.”
I am tremendously more confident in my expert work thanks to your input, books, seminars and materials. Retaining counsel often give compliments on my reports and discussions, and I tell them I learned it all at SEAK.
I’m very pleased I was able to attend. Although I’m a rookie in the expert witness world, I’m sure your training has given me a head start that many of my colleagues never had. Thanks and I look forward to attending another seminar in the future.
“I have attended two SEAK conferences in the past year. Since I attended my first SEAK conference, my forensic expert witness business has tripled because of what I learned. I find the SEAK conference(s) to be my best source information and the most important conference that I attend to actually help me improve my product and be able to promote my business.”
“Thank you for your time today. I found it very helpful. I actually have been going back through my file again and found the answers to many of the issues you raised. I have attached my revised CV based on your excellent review. I have had many people look at the version I gave you, including looking it over several times myself, I am amazed at the things you found and am very grateful for your keen eye. You are clearly very good at what you do.”—One-on-One Training Client Prepped for Important Deposition
“Looking at 2008, my forensic revenue (gross) was about 200k(up from 60 K when we met), clinical about 240K. I expect the latter to decrease in 2009 with the economy. The forensic is more unpredictable, but Jan. has been gangbusters. I expect to bill between 30 and 38 K, depending on whether one particular case goes to trial next week(or settles). I am very grateful that I discovered you along life’s course. Besides being remunerative, I love the work itself–the reviews, the reports, the depositions and trials and also believe that I am making a contribution to my field in the process.”—Practice Development Consulting Client
I have been providing expert testimony for nineteen years now. Wish I had the advantage of what I learned in two days from Jim & the Judge in all my depositions, trial testimony & reports over all those years. Can’t thank you enough.
“I was just an expert witness at the Conrad Murray trial last week. You can check out my videos on youtube if you are extremely bored. According to commentary I did pretty well. This was my first time in court! I have to thank you for your book “How to become a Dangerous Expert Witness” as I used it like the bible in my preparation. I just wanted to thank you for writing that book.”