The law is a dynamic process, changing daily as new judicial decisions are issued. Just as, according to Heraclitus, one cannot step into the same river twice, the law too is continually in the process of transformation.

This can pose problems for litigators. Given the extended duration of many lawsuits, counsel must be prepared to deal with changes in law. And this presents special questions for the appellate lawyer.

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