Commentary: Think Appellate Strategy Long Before Trial
You've lost your case. You must now decide the issues to appeal. If you are focusing on this decision for the first time in the litigation, it may be too late, write R. Brent Cooper and Diana L. Faust. Plaintiffs and defense lawyers must anticipate the structure of a future appeal and prepare the grounds for preservation of error long before the judge calls the case for trial.
By R. Brent Cooper and Diana L. Faust|July 30, 2012
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