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a person with a high degree of knowledge or skill in a particular field

having or demonstrating a high degree of knowledge or skill

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According to court documents, 10 expert witnesses for the District Attorney's Office will be paid a total of about $100,000.
Dreyfus in their book Mind Over Machine: The Power of Human Intuitive Expertise in the Era of the Computer (1986, Free Press), that people who repeatedly confront a particular task move in stages from the rank of novice to that of expert.
Under the terms of the agreement, the clients would pay A one-third of any gross recovery if the case was settled without a lawsuit being filed, or 40% if a lawsuit was filed; any costs incurred by A for expert witnesses and private investigators were to be deducted from the gross recovery.
At the forefront of advances for computer-mediated communication in the foundry industry is the expert system.
In that case, the IRS all but abandoned the contract manufacturer theory espoused in the notice of deficiency in favor of four distinct theories presented by its expert at trial.
A second generation computerized job-matching system should utilize a knowledge-based expert system.
With Spectrum Expert in hand, Kluemper discovered 45 rogue APs that had been a part of the building before its recent controller-based wireless network installation and subsequent remodeling.
It also was determined during the course of this dispute that draft expert reports exchanged between experts for the United States and third parties were not produced to Trigon's counsel and that such draft expert reports had been deleted from the experts' hard drives and network files.
I do the legwork to ensure that I hire the best expert I can, an exceptionally qualified one who will help me win my case.
INFOMINE draws upon a hybrid collection design that consists of metadata created by (1) subject experts (at INFOMINE and at collaborating institutions); (2) machine processes or machine processes with expert refinement; and (3) external collaborating institutions that share data streams of records, which are imported through OAI-PMH or other means, translated as needed, and then added to the INFOMINE collection (for example, MARC records of the University of California Shared Cataloging Project and Dublin Core records from some collections within the NSDL).
To help triers of fact understand the impact of different types of financial transactions or attach a measurable value to a plaintiff's injury CPAs often are called on to serve as expert witnesses.
These opportunities to serve as expert witnesses, however, can open the door to professional liability exposure.
Under recent court decisions, an expert witness whose work fails to meet professional standards may find himself/herself being hauled back into court as a defendant in a malpractice claim.
The only difference between Paladin and today's expert witnesses is that he often rejected compensation in order to take on just causes.
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