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Toby Kleinman and Daniel Pollack Toby Kleinman and Daniel Pollack

Throughout a case, a court may enter interim orders. Unlike final orders, which are appealable as of right, interim orders are generally not appealable. An appeal of an interim, or, interlocutory appeal, is often referred to as an emergent appeal and can be filed during litigation where it meets certain stringent standards. While attorneys tend to be reticent to file interlocutory appeals because the standards to prevail are so stringent, there are circumstances when failing to do so may foretell the ultimate loss of a final case in trial court.

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