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Caption: TRAUMA EPIDEMIOLOGIST and crash injury expert Dr. Michael Freeman, pictured, was one of the expert witnesses speaking at the recent Palm Beach County Trial Lawyers Association's seminar, "Winning with Expert Witnesses: Maximizing Yours; Knocking Out Theirs" in Palm Beach. Other speakers included forensic pathologist Dr. Cyril Wecht; accident reconstruction, vehicle technology and event data recorder expert, Robert McElroy; and premises liability expert George Zimmerman. To round out the program, Palm Beach County attorney Julie Littky-Rubin provided a general case law update and discussion on the Daubert/Frye case law, and PBCTLA board member Richard M. Benrubi conducted a mock Frye hearing.
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