Subpoenas in Civil Suits

by | September 26, 2014
If you are properly subpoenaed to testify as a witness or to produce documents in a civil case it is important to make a quick decision if you are going to comply or resist – as timelines affect the viability of your options. This is also the point where you need to consult or retain ...

Federal Scientists

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An executive branch employee may not serve as an expert witness, for anyone except the U.S. in any proceeding in which the U.S. is a party or has a direct and substantial interest, unless specifically authorized.  For all practical purposes, this prevents a government employee from ...

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Some Other Resources

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Here are some handy resources for beset scientists: Union of Concerned Scientists Guide for how scientists can respond to personal attacks & harassment campaigns American Association of University Professors annual legal informational outlines on emerging issues in higher education ...


by | September 24, 2014
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