Exploring the minds of the top experts and litigators of today.
Admitted EP4 - Experts & Ethics (Greg Gerganoff)
Kineticorp's Director of Expert Relations, Justin Holderness, talks ethics and experts with former Attorney turned Workplace Safety Expert, Greg Gerganoff.
Admitted EP 3 - Artificial Intelligence and Litigation (Attorney Matthew Linton)
Kineticorp's Director of Expert Relations, Justin Holderness, talks artificial intelligence and litigation with Ogletree Deakins Attorney Matthew Linton.
Admitted EP 2 - Going Autonomous (Attorney Julian C. Gomez & Forensic Engineer Alan B. Moore)
Attorney Julian C. Gomez and Forensic Engineer Alan B. Moore share their perspectives and insight into the autonomous vehicle industry.
Admitted EP 1 - Low-speed Biomechanics (Dr. Lisa Gwin)
Respected Biomechanic, Dr. Lisa Gwin, breaks down her process when investigating and analyzing low-speed impact accidents.
KFSRT EP19 - Rollover Accident Reconstruction Book Discussion with Nathan Rose
A discussion about Nathan Rose's rollover reconstruction book.
KFSRT EP18 - Working With Experts With Attorney Shawn Eady
Kineticorp's Justin Holderness sits down with Attorney Shawn Eady of Montgomery Little & Soran to discuss some of the tips he has about working with experts on cases.
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This podcast is directed to people interested in the law/attorney field, specially students. it is entertaining and it shows great tips that can be applied in ones professional lives. The attorney in the podcast has several years of experience and that gives it a lot of credibility and makes it more reliable. Overall the podcast gives tips and useful information for anybody that is interested in the law/attorney field.
I enjoyed this podcast a lot and fully recommend it to anyone wanting to know more about the Criminal Justice System and law. This Round Table knows what they’re doing, although I’m not too familiar with the topics, they made it clear and easy to understand. Not only does the interview portion of this podcast teach me more about forensic science and law, but it teaches me valuable life lessons given from experts on how to achieve ones goal. I recommend this to educators and especially students trying to expand their horizons and learn career and life lessons.
I believe podcast with Shawn Eady is specified for students. Academians and professionals may reference this podcast for information; however, it does not reach the high level criteria. The information in the podcast was clear, it was based on the opinion and knowledge of an expert giving it high reliability. The podcast gave up to date information, the standards of attorneys and trial are much like what Shawn Eady described. Although the information catches my attention, I think they could have worked on being a little more entertaining. In the podcast the same structure of question and answer was used throughout it all. Overall, I enjoyed the podcast.