Disputed authorship expert witnesses are needed for several types of cases, as disputed authorship may refer to any type of concept, item, or other such creation. Disputed authorship refers to instances in which the author of a work is questioned by one or more individuals. Such expert consulting provides insight into cases involving forensic linguistics, contract disputes, ink differentiation, handwriting analysis, document dating, human factors, and other issues pertaining to the creation and authorship of documents or other types of materials.
Since language discrepancies may indicate possible issues with authorship, disputed authorship experts are often from a background working with forensic linguistics. Forensic linguistics refers to the examination of language in terms of style, syntax, phonetics, and other related details. Disputed authorship expert witnesses may also be skilled with forensic stylistics, sociolinguistics, microscopy, paper, trace evidence, materials testing, historical documents, handwriting, questioned documents, signature verification, microscopy, and various other means of conducting forensic document examinations.
Disputed authorship litigation may also involve plagiarism, libel, forgery, defamation, semantics, trademarks, theft of trade secrets, confessions, bribery, recordings, patents, and other possible sources of fraud and disputed authorship.
ForensisGroup recruits each expert based on the results of an extensive screening process, ensuring that only the most qualified of available experts is matched with each client. Learn more by calling our office today at 1-800-555-5422. Our knowledgeable staff will get to work at connecting you with a reputable disputed authorship expert witness for your case.