Specifications include, but are not limited to: a. Consult with the supervising attorney in reviewing the actions of a firm, blaster, limited
blaster, or handler to identify any deviations from federal or state laws, regulations, and
b. Review and examine complaint case materials, including but not limited to blasting shot
records, seismograph reports, and peak particle velocity tables, and other supporting
documents to render an expert opinion considering state and federal regulations and industry
c. Confer with the supervising attorney in order to determine relevant facts and applicable law
and prepare for the administrative hearing as necessary or required.
d. Prepare and deliver a written report detailing the Contractor’s expert opinion with regard to
any deviations from federal or state laws, regulations, and industry standards within thirty (30)
days of receipt of the complaint file and other supporting documentation, or such other time
period as mutually agreed upon and confirmed in writing by the supervising attorney.
e. Complete and sign a conflict of interest disclosure statement.
f. Respond to and/or be available for, interrogatories, deposition, and other discovery requests
during the course of litigation as needed or required by the supervising attorney.