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Kineticorp's Director of Expert Relations, Justin Holderness, talks ethics and experts with former Attorney turned Workplace Safety Expert, Greg Gerganoff. The purpose of the expert is to simply provide stacks, but the contentious nature of litigation requires specific ethics to be in place in order for experts to be effective at their purpose Just…
 
Kineticorp's Director of Expert Relations, Justin Holderness, talks artificial intelligence and litigation with Ogletree Deakins Attorney Matthew Linton. In a world that continues to advance rapidly in technology, there are opportunities and dangers that need to be considered, especially when it comes to AI. Justin Holderness and Matthew Linton tou…
 
This is a unique episode of Kineticorp's Forensic Science Round Table. We get a chance to sit down and speak with Dan Goldstein of Page 1 Solutions to discuss legal web marketing. It's a topic outside of forensic science but it really has an impact on everyone's business including attorneys. To get updates on KFSRT follow us on LinkedIn or on our w…
 
Over the past 20 years, Kineticorp co-founder, Nathan A. Rose has refined and developed his skill set and knowledge in the world of accident reconstruction. This includes his methodology of developing accident reconstruction reports. In this episode Nathan A. Rose discusses his approach to developing accident reconstruction reports.…
 
Do you really know what it costs you when financing your own cases? There are options when it comes to funding your cases that can save you substantial money over time . You may need to hire experts, develop visuals etc. In this episode of Kineictorp's Forensic Science Roundtable, we speak with Mike Swanson, President of Advocate Capital a financin…
 
Accident reconstruction is dependent upon the accuracy of visualizations to build and maintain credibility and admissibility. Photogrammetry relies heavily on this accuracy when creating 3D scenes and objects from two-dimensional images. Part of that process is to determine the amount of distortion that a camera lens has on an image it produced. To…
 
While in the process of writing a book regarding specific aspects of accident reconstruction, there are motivations regarding research and case work that drives the process. Kineticorp's Justin Holderness, and Nathan Rose discuss Nathan's book on motorcycle accident reconstruction, his writing process and the purpose of publishing this information.…
 
Event data recorders can be found in most modern vehicles. Accident reconstructionists are interested in this data as they can use it to help create accurate visualizations of vehicle crashes and other impacts. Kineticorp's Justin Holderness and Will Bortles talk about a recent project to gather and catalog different publications, articles and more…
 
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