2014 (18)
Ideas & Suggestions for Working with Experts in Complex Injury Cases (May 1, 2014)

Date: 05/01/2014

Featuring: Scott J. Olheiser

New developments in determining the need for and proper designation of expert witnesses. Selecting and working with experts to prepare for trial.

About Your Speaker

Scott Olheiser's family has lived in Wyoming for five generations. He attended Natrona County High School in Casper where he graduated with Honors. He then attended college at Claremont McKenna College (“CMC”) in Claremont, California where he earned a bachelor’s degree in government and economics, with honors. After graduating from college, Scott returned to Wyoming and earned a law degree from the University of Wyoming, College of Law. While in law school, Scott was the president of the Student Chapter of the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association and was on the Senior Staff of the Land and Water Law Review. After law school, Scott served as a law clerk to the Honorable William F. Downes, Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Wyoming. After his clerkship, Scott remained in Casper and focused his practice on complex civil and criminal litigation. Scott has a strong desire to obtain justice for people who have been injured by the careless and reckless acts of others. Over the last decade and a half, Scott has worked tirelessly on his client’s cases securing millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements on behalf of his clients. Time after time, Scott has shown his clients that he is willing to do wat is takes to bring insurance companies to justice.  Scott is currently the President-Elect of the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association and is licensed to practice law in all state and federal courts of Wyoming and Colorado.