James Mangraviti

About James Mangraviti

James J. Mangraviti, Jr., Esq., first joined SEAK in 1992, starting as Steve Babitsky’s part-time law clerk. Jim received his BA degree in mathematics summa cum laude from Boston College and his JD degree cum laude from Boston College Law School. After practicing law in Boston, Jim returned to SEAK full time in 1996. He is a thought leader on expert witnessing, expert witness business development, non-clinical careers for physicians, and supplemental income opportunities for physicians.

How Physicians Can Earn Extra Income

How Doctors Can Earn Extra Income There are a number of proven ways in which physicians can increase revenue by doing consulting work on the side. http://youtu.be/dcvBSy-miRY?list=UUxG5tC-Jpwy9XjBMLqziSPA Physician Expert Witnessing.  How much can a physician expert witness earn?  Medical expert witnesses commonly charge $400-$1000 per hour or more.  Devoting a [...]


Expert Witness Requirements

The requirements to be an expert witness can be broken down into two categories – the legal requirements for being an expert witness and perhaps more importantly, the practical requirements for being an expert witness. Legal Requirements for providing Expert Witness Services The legal requirements for being an expert [...]


Expert Witness Comments Made off the Record at Deposition

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSt1ssS-2WA&feature=plcp Excerpt from the SEAK DVD, The Expert Witness Deposition Can something you say “off the record” be used against an expert witness at deposition? Absolutely. There's no such thing as a “off the record privilege”. “Off the record” merely means that your comments and not being recorded by [...]

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