—Stuart Rintoul, "Ban development in fire-prone areas, experts tell royal commission," The Australian, February 15, 2010
"Hot-tubbing," common practice in Australian courts, is also known by the less colourful label "concurrent evidence." It means that expert witnesses in a complex, technical trial — such as a patent dispute about pharmaceuticals, for example — can testify in court together on a panel, rather than one-by-one in the witness box.
—Jeff Gray, "Why judges like 'hot-tubbing'," The Globe and Mail, April 19, 2011
—Wendy Bacon, "A matter of opinion" (PDF), Sydney Morning Herald, July 6, 2000
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