Raising too many issues on appeal is an occupational hazard for attorneys, according to litigator Howard Bashman. Our commentator offers his thoughts on avoiding the lure of that particular pitfall -- and also reveals the magic number of appeals that he believes an attorney can legitimately, and prudently, raise.
Commentary: How Many Issues Should You Raise on Appeal?
Special to Law.com
October 2, 2006
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