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Don't Let Yourself Get Ehrenhaused When Appealing From The NC Business Court

It's probably not too soon to verbify the Business Court's opinion in Ehrenhaus v. Baker, 2014 NCBC 30, decided a few months ago. If you missed that decision, know that you have to file your Notice of Appeal from a Business...more

Checking the Wrong Box Almost Ends Appeal Before it Starts

On Friday, the Third Appellate District in California issued an opinion in Ellis Law Group v. Nevada City Sugar Loaf Properties (Oct. 3, 2014 C072820). The appellate proceeding arose from an attorney’s fee award following a...more

The Minefield of Appellate Practice: Notices of Appeal

The Illinois Appellate Court’s recent opinion in In re Marriage of Micheli, 2014 IL App (2d) 121245 (filed July 31, 2014), illustrates the necessity of retaining appellate specialists to handle all post-trial and appellate...more

An Important Tip On Appealing A Decision From The NC Business Court

The Business Court is electronic. Paper copies of documents are not filed with the Business Court. So when you e-file a Notice of Appeal, is that sufficient for purposes of Rule 3 of the NC Rules of Appellate Procedure?...more

Despite What You Think, the Business Court Isn't Always Open

Everybody knows that you have thirty days to file a Notice of Appeal in a civil case. Rule 3(c)(1) of the North Carolina Rules of Appellate Procedure says that: "a party must file and serve a notice of appeal: within thirty...more

Fast Five: Rhode Island Appellate Practice - April 2014 (2)

1. NOTICES OF APPEAL MUST BE FILED WITHIN 20 DAYS. As a general matter, a notice of appeal must be filed within 20 days of “the date of the entry of the judgment, order, or decree appealed from.” R.I. Sup. Ct. R. App....more

The Appellate Record is Complete, Now What?

After a notice of appeal is filed with the trial court and the record on appeal is filed with the Court of Appeal, the parties submit briefs to the Court of Appeal and participate in oral argument. This post is the third in...more

I Filed a Notice of Appeal, Now What?

The process of pursuing a civil appeal in California can be a bit of a mystery for the first time litigant or trial lawyer unfamiliar with appeals. This post is the second in a series on explaining the process of a civil...more

I Hired an Appellate Specialist, Now What?

The process of pursuing a civil appeal in California can be a bit of a mystery for the first time litigant or trial lawyer. This post is the first in a series on explaining the process of a civil appeal. The first and most...more

To E-File or Not? Misfiled Notice of Appeal Not Necessarily Fatal, Illinois Supreme Court Rules

Like most states, Illinois is in the early stages of transitioning to an e-filing system in its state courts. With new rules come new problems for litigators: does this case qualify for e-filing? Is e-filing of this document...more

Fast Five - Rhode Island Appellate Practice: May 2013

Rhode Island Appellate Practice - Welcome to the Fast Five on Rhode Island Appellate Practice, which provides five periodic updates on Rhode Island appellate law and pointers for practice before the Rhode Island...more

Lessons From 2012 About California Appellate Procedure

Appellate courts invariably face lawyers who fail to follow the rules that govern appeals. Learned Hand famously threw a 150-page brief over the bench and onto counsel's table after exclaiming that he would not read it...more

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