Peter I. Bergé, JD, MPA, PA-C Emeritus Much ado about experts: A litigator's tips and tricks for selecting and utilizing experts, and for serving as an expert witness
Peter Bergé received a bachelor of science from Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital (now Drexel University), a Master of Public Administration from Baruch College, City University of New York, and a Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law.
He is a licensed physician assistant (PA) in New York State, and has over 30 years of experience in healthcare in a wide range of clinical, educational and administrative areas. Prior to studying law he was a member of the full time faculty of the St. Vincent Catholic Medical Centers-St. John’s University physician assistant education program. He lectures on medicine, law and medicolegal topics to local, national and international groups, and has published on medical and medicolegal topics.
Formerly a partner in the litigation law firm of Bendit Weinstock in West Orange, New Jersey, he has been admitted to the New Jersey bar since 2004. His concentration in law practice was medical malpractice, with special interests in emergency medicine, cardiology and nosocomial infections. Now living in Mexico City, he is a medicolegal consultant and educator.