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Can one 'joint' expert witness successfully do the job of two?

You may remember that Lord Woolf had as one of his objectives of the new Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) the reduction of the cost of litigation. He discovered that expert evidence accounts for a large tranche of pretrial costs and he resolved to do something about it.

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