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HFES Webinar

| Am 02, Jun 2011

The Human Factors Expert: A Key Component in Forensic Investigation and Litigation
Marc L. Resnick, Bentley University


In this webinar, Marc Resnick will address what every HF/E expert NEEDS to know about human factors/ergonomics in the legal environment.

Legal professionals don’t think the same way HF/E professionals do—lawyers, judges, or juries. Less experienced HF/E forensic practitioners may find that there are many traps that can hurt their ability to be an effective expert. This webinar will introduce HF/E practitioners interested in becoming forensics experts to many of these traps and some best practices for how to avoid them. Experienced forensic experts will gain ideas about how to improve their practice.

Topics include tips for interacting with lawyers, judges, and jurors; adjusting traditional HF/E methods to be most applicable and accepted in the legal domain; and how to balance the objectivity one needs to maintain as an HF/E professional and an advocate for the client.


Marc Resnick is a professor of human factors at Bentley University in Waltham, MA. His research and teaching focuses on human cognition and behavior in complex situations. He has worked in the areas of enterprise systems, health care, space flight, and Web 2.0 business. He also serves on the Executive Council of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

An experienced HF/E forensics expert, Resnick has been retained on more than 100 cases related to human factors/ergonomics for both plaintiff and defense attorneys in state and federal courts. He conducts a workshop at the HFES Annual Meeting on how to be an effective human factors expert. Resnick has published several forensics-related papers in various publications and has been an active member of the HFES Forensics Professional Group.


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