Don't save your review of an expert's CV for the night before the deposition. Read it well in advance of the deposition, then mark it up and investigate the expert's claims.
Has the expert exaggerated his qualifications? Such exaggerations can seriously undermine his credibility. Has the expert included items on his CV that are simply wrong? It happens. Even typographical errors indicate a level of sloppiness on the expert's part.
Here are some other things to look for--
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