Adverse Credibility Findings Outside the Scope of an Expert’s Duty


In the recent decision of Radia v Marks [2022] EWHC 145 (QB), the High Court held that adverse credibility findings fell outside the scope of an expert witness’s duty.

In this case note, Tom Stafford examines the way in which the court applied the Manchester Building Society v Grant Thornton LLP [2021] UKSC 20/Meadows v Khan[2021] UKSC 21 scope of duty criteria, and considers the implications for future cases against expert witnesses.

You can read Tom’s case note below.