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How to be an Expert Witness on workplace Investigations (in one easy lesson)

External Investigators |  Internal Investigators
Michael A Robbins
1 Hour
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Dec 04, 2019
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This webinar will cover the basics relating to serving as an expert witness on workplace investigations. Participants will learn about the qualifications required to serve as an expert, case selection, documents needed for the opinions, and FRCP Rule 26 requirements. Presenter Michael Robbins will also discuss the analysis of opinions, formulating testimony, and motions in Limine.


Disclaimer: The contents of this webinar and the positions taken are those of the presenter only, may be time sensitive, and are not warranted, endorsed or otherwise recommended by AWI and are not intended to provide legal advice.  




Michael A Robbins's Profile

Michael A Robbins

EXTTI, Incorporated

Michael A. Robbins is President of EXTTI Incorporated—a company he founded 23 years ago. The professionals at EXTTI provide Expert Testimony, Training and Investigation services in employment matters. Michael has conducted and/or supervised well over 600 workplace investigations. He has served as an expert witness in over 650 employment cases—primarily on workplace investigation issues. Also, he has served as a Consent Decree Monitor in Federal District Courts. Prior to forming EXTTI, he was a labor & employment attorney for 20 years, including four years as in-house counsel and 16 years in two nationally recognized law firms. Mr. Robbins graduated Phi Beta Kappa from San Diego State University where he was Valedictorian—first in a graduating class of over 5,000 students. He received his JD degree from UCLA School of Law where he was selected for the Moot Court Honor Program. He is a Past President of the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI), a Past Chair of the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Labor & Employment Section and a current member of the California Lawyers Association Labor & Employment Executive Committee. In 2013, he was elected a Fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.