New York Appellate Practice: Appellate Division Second Department and Second Circuit – Recent Procedural Updates
There have recently been updates in the Appellate Division Second Department and the Secord Circuit, and counsel is to be cognizant of these changes.
The Appellate Division Second Department is now requiring that a let Read More
Electronic filing has been in existence in the federal courts and in many state general jurisdiction courts for years. In this digital age, it is sometimes surprising that, until a few years ago, many appellate courts were st Read More
The Appellate Law Journal focuses exclusively on rules, practices and procedures of federal and state appellate courts nationwide. Edited by the appellate experts at Counsel Press, The Appellate Law Journal is designed Read More
Civil Appeals to the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit – You’ve filed a Notice of Appeal, now what?
You’ve filed your notice of appeal and paid the applicable fee, but now what? Surprisingly, to the New York State court practitioner, when one files a notice of appeal, that is just the first in a series of filings before per Read More
The appellate brief is unquestionably the most important element in an appeal – presuming the record has been properly preserved and prepared. Nothing will be more persuasive than a cogent, well-written legal argument applyin Read More
The process of planning and presenting a successful appeal starts when you are before the trial judge, whether on pre-trial motions or at trial. It does not start after the case has concluded. An appeal is limited by its reco Read More