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August 02, 2016

Simplifying the task of locating, screening and vetting an expert as well as an individual noting his or her availability to serve as a qualified expert


Simplifying the task of locating, screening and vetting an expert as well as an individual noting his or her availability to serve as a qualified expert
The Expert Institute [ https://www.theexpertinstitute.com/]

Are you looking for an expert to assist with litigation, business, or operations? Are you looking for an opportunity to announce your availability to serve as an expert?

The Expert Institute may be able to provide an individual or an organization with assistance in searching for an expert or assist an individual wishing to advise businesses and organizations of his or her availability to serve as an expert. 

Searching for an expert using Expert Institute’s services is easy. The Expert Institute’s growing directory includes, but is not limited to, experts in business operations and services; education; finance and financial services; intellectual property; law, rules and regulations; medicine; retail operations; and technologies.

Click on https://www.theexpertinstitute.com/expert-witness-directory to access the Institute’s new online expert directory and search through a sampling of its expert network. There is no charge involved in searching the Institute’s sample online directory of experts. The Institute, however, does charge fees for an individual or organization to access its entire data base to "self-search" for an expert and for confidential, customized expert searches and other unique services such as phone consultations, record distillation and report preparation, by Institute staff members.

Interested in serving as an expert co to https://www.theexpertinstitute.com/become-an-expert/for information about becoming a member of the Expert Institute's network. As to the cost involved, there are no charges or fees associated with applying for, or being listed on, the Institute’s directory of experts. Further, the Institute takes no part in the expert's financial arrangements with his or her client nor is it involved in invoicing the client for the services provided by the expert.

Additional information about the Expert Institute is posted on the Internet at: https://www.theexpertinstitute.com/how-we-work/

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