A demand from judges and clients for skilled appellate attorneys is starting to take hold on Pittsburgh and Philadelphia law firms who in turn are creating with increased frequency specialized appellate practices.

In the past three months alone, two firms in Pittsburgh named former judges to head their appellate practices. Former Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Byer joined Duane Morris in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, and former Superior Court Judge Robert A. Graci was chosen to lead the group for Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott in Pittsburgh.

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