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Convincing the judges: practical advice for litigators By Cecil Kuhne This book distills the advice of judges to practi-tioners appearing in their courtrooms by looking at what judges like and do not like. American Bar Association, 2008. Kuhne (III). The admission of expert witness testimony remains one of the most contentious, critical, and interesting aspects of modern-day litigation process. This book examines the role of the expert witness, focusing on taking depositions, expert qualifications, admissibility of testimony, attorney-client privilege, Daubert, rules of discovery and evidence, selecting and presenting experts, and direct examination of experts.