While approximately 90% of cases settle, experts and attorneys need to be prepared for the 10%. In every litigation matter, the expert needs to be prepared to testify to their findings.

Preparation is key when it comes to ensuring the expert can properly explain the details of their opinions while preparing to testify.

Join us for this seminar when Marcum’s Michael Saccomanno, John DelGrego and Elizabeth Ciccone walk through best practices on how to prepare an expert for deposition or trial.


The session will focus on four key elements:

  • Review your and opposing experts’ reports
  • Anticipate the follow up questions
  • Preparation with Counsel
  • Know your audience


Michael Saccomanno, CPA, ABV, CFF, CVA – Partner-In-Charge, Valuation, Forensic & Litigation Services – Marcum LLP
John M. DelGrego, CPA, ABV, ASA – Partner, Advisory Services – Marcum LLP


Elizabeth I. Ciccone, ASA, Esq. – Partner, Advisory Services – Marcum LLP

Pending 1.0 hour of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit for the following states:
Connecticut | Florida | Illinois | New Jersey | New York | Ohio | Pennsylvania
To receive CLE, this viewing must be Live.