Initial Consultation: A review of all important documents related to your case and a follow-up phone call
Every potential client receives an initial consultation before an engagement letter is signed. During the consultation, Dr. Nettleman speaks with the attorney and/or property owners to learn about their circumstances, determine their needs, and appreciate their desired outcome. Next, Tony reviews all available documents and records as well as performs some basic research on his own. Finally, the parties meet via WebEx or telephone to discuss Dr. Nettleman’s initial findings. Every follow-up ends with a determination of whether Dr. Nettleman can help you resolve your dispute.
Records Review: A thorough search for all potential sources of evidence
Research: Court Cases, Statutes, and Regulations
Site Visit: A first-hand examination of the property
Pre-Trial Preparation: Lining-up all your bowling pins
The Trial: The presentation of the expert’s findings
No opposing counsel has ever raised a Daubert challenge to Dr. Nettleman’s expert testimony. Acting as a teacher and educator – instead of another lawyer – sets Dr. Nettleman apart from other experts. Tony’s first objective during trial is to clearly, objectively explain the problem, the facts, and land surveying principles. By educating the decision-makers about surveying knowledge, and how surveying principles help decide the issue at hand, the judge and/or jury feel empowered and can make better, more-informed decisions.