Save time and money with rebuttal reports
Abstract: A defense attorney will often wait until the plaintiff’s attorney submits a valuation report. Then, the defense hires its own expert to prepare a “rebuttal report,” rather than pay for a separate full-blown valuation report. This strategy can be a cost-effective way to poke holes in the opposing expert’s analyses, but rebuttals are only effective when they’re detailed and accurate. This article explains reasons clients opt for rebuttal reports, the preferred reporting format and the level of detail courts have come to expect from rebuttal experts.