A trial court's judgment or an administrative order is not necessarily the end of the litigation. In virtually all civil and administrative matters a disappointed litigant has the right to appeal to a higher tribunal. The right to appeal does not necessarily mean that it is wise to appeal. The firm's appellate attorneys help our clients evaluate the potential risks, costs, and benefits of taking an appeal. Once a decision to appeal has been made, our appellate attorneys will thoroughly handle each aspect of the appeal, from initiating the appeal, to ensuring that the record is correct, writing the briefs, and presenting oral argument to the appellate tribunal.
We recommend that you contact one of our appellate attorneys listed below: