Expert witnesses must have broad experience, impressive credentials, good communication skills, an analytical mind and stay calm under pressure. Dr. J. Paul Tullis, President of TEC has demonstrated these qualities in depositions and in court. He considers the ultimate teaching experience to be educating a judge and lay jury about graduate level engineering material in a few hours in a court room.


Expert Witness

Flow Meter Problems

Patent infringement case involving Coriolis mass flow meters. Compared the two flow meters to determine if the patent was infringed. Prepared several expert reports, affidavits and gave two depositions. The case was tried in court twice. The first was a jury and the second was a bench trial. Dr. Tullis spent many weeks in court evaluating testimony of opposing experts, preparing rebuttal testimony and testifying for the defense.