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How To Handle An Appeal (Pli Press Litigation Library)
by:Herbert Monte Levy
PLI s How to Handle an Appeal gives you the winning edge at every stage of the process from preserving points for appeals and perfecting appeals, to drafting persuasive briefs and delivering compelling oral arguments, to protecting clients interests after the decisions. How to Handle an Appeal stresses crucial technical issues that attorneys often...
PLI s How to Handle an Appeal gives you the winning edge at every stage of the process from preserving points for appeals and perfecting appeals, to drafting persuasive briefs and delivering compelling oral arguments, to protecting clients interests after the decisions. How to Handle an Appeal stresses crucial technical issues that attorneys often overlook, including how to make a motion for leave to appeal; obtain stays; prepare and file the record; meet appellate deadlines; and master the record in preparation for the brief. Featuring a 14-page appellate checklist, sample forms, and model briefs, How to Handle An Appeal shows you how to identify and spotlight your strongest arguments; overcome the weak aspects of your case; check and capitalize on compelling legal precedents; craft different appellate game plans for different courts; prepare sharp counter-arguments to neutralize your opponents lines of attack; get an edge during judicial questioning; and avoid typical appellate errors. Updated at least once a year, How to Handle an Appeal offers indispensable guidance to every attorney who handles an appeal and is a useful reference for every judge who hears one. Founded in 1933, Practising Law Institute is the nation s foremost provider of continuing legal education. PLI is a leading publisher of authoritative legal references and other information resources and offers more than 300 live and electronic programs nationally.
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