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Compartmentalizing damage to one's experts



At Freakonomics, Daniel Hamermesh writes of discovering one reason why lawyers in a related set of large antitrust lawsuits use a multiplicity of experts rather than allowing one to reprise his work: "They said very simply: if the other side finds a mistake or problem in your work on one case, they can use it on all the other cases; so we like to diversify."

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Rafael Mangual
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Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute
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