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Author: Justin Holderness

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Exploring the minds of the top experts and litigators of today.
23 Episodes
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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  Justin Holderness and Greg Gerganoff touch on these very subjects in this episode of Admitted. 
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 touch on these very subjects in this episode of Admitted. 
Kineticorp's Justin Holderness sits down with attorney Julian C. Gomez and Forensic Engineer Alan B. Moore as they share their perspectives and insight into the autonomous vehicle industry.
Kineticorp's Justin Holderness and respected Biomechanic, Dr. Lisa Gwin, discuss her process when investigating and analyzing low-speed impact accidents. 
Justin Holderness sits down with Nathan Rose as they discuss the first chapter of Nathan's recently published book that covers rollover accident reconstruction. To learn more about the book or to purchase a copy, click here.
Kineticorp's Justin Holderness sits down with Attorney Shawn Eady of Montgomery Little & Soran to discuss some of the tips he has about working with experts on cases.
Kineticorp's Justin Holderness holds a discussion with Noel Lowden about the similarities and differences among accident reconstructionists in the United States and the United Kingdom
This episode of Kineticorp's Forensic Science Round Table features guest Sean Olson. Sean sits down with Justin Holderness and discusses some of his principles and techniques for utilizing experts while presenting in the courtroom.
Kineticorp's Justin Holderness sits down with accident reconstructionist Lou Peck to discuss some of the nuances and techniques used when reconstructing accidents involving motorcycles.
Justin Holderness and guest, Dr. Peter Weinberg, discuss post-traumatic stress disorder and what signs attorneys should look for when preparing new cases where PTSD may be a factor.
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 website
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 financing solution for law firms. Visit www.advocatecapital.com to learn more.
Technology is advancing at unprecedented rates. 3D laser scanning is no acceptation. In this episode we interview Shannon Trammell of Riegl USA to talk about their new product and what effect it is having on traffic and secondary accidents.
Dr. Peter Weinberg has spent the past 20 + years studying the details of psychology. He has worked with some of the top tier trial attorneys and expert witnesses throughout the US. Kineticorp's Justin Holderness discusses his experience working in today's litigation landscape.
In a world of cell phones, google glasses, dash cams and traffic cams, we have access to detailed information. This information allows forensic engineers and attorneys to better understand their cases. Justin Holderness and Nathan Rose discuss video analysis and how it is now applied to accident cases.
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. Toby Terpstra and Justin Holderness discuss the research methods used to help determine the importance of removing lens distortion in regards to photogrammetry.
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 regarding EDRs in a way that the accident reconstruction community could easily use it.
Sean McDonough discusses vehicle technology and what impact it might have on accident reconstruction.
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