Groth to Present at ‘Expert Witness’ Panel Discussion

Bose McKinney & Evans LLP partner Steven Groth will participate in a litigation panel discussion entitled, “How to Get the Most Out of Your Expert Witness.” The discussion is part of an event presented by Thomson Reuters Expert Witness Services.

The panel discussion, which includes lunch, will take place Tuesday, May 7, at 12 p.m. at McCormick & Schmick’s located at 110 N. Illinois Street in Indianapolis. To attend, registration must be completed by April 30 by e-mailing erica.lyon@thomsonreuters.com.

During the luncheon, panelists will discuss the following:

  • What to look for in an expert witness;
  • Engaging experts and dealing with obstacles; and
  • Best practices for working with experts.

Groth is a partner in the Litigation Group of Bose McKinney & Evans and concentrates his practice in transportation, business and personal injury litigation. He defends clients in the trucking industry against wrongful death and serious injury claims, as well as represents businesses in connection with contract disputes, construction accidents and construction defect claims. Groth has significant jury trial experience and has briefed and argued successful appeals before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and the Indiana Court of Appeals. He has been named to Indiana Super Lawyers® for his work in civil litigation defense since 2011.

Thomson Reuters Expert Witness Services is the leading authority in expert witness placement and intelligence reporting services. The company helps litigators find the right expert witnesses for their cases, provides resources for researching expert witnesses’ backgrounds, and helps expert witnesses grow their practices by connecting them with engagements and professional development opportunities.

About Jennifer Jett

Jennifer is the chief marketing officer at the law firm of Bose McKinney & Evans LLP in Indianapolis, Indiana. She is a graduate of Butler University.
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