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Ben Feuer, left, and Rex Heinke, right, of California Appellate Law Group. Courtesy photos Ben Feuer, left, and Rex Heinke, right, of California Appellate Law Group. Courtesy photos

If you’re in-house litigation counsel, you probably have so much on your plate these days that potential appeals may hardly register—at least, until you find yourself in the middle of one.

For the most part, that’s okay. Competent outside trial counsel who knows how to preserve the record and avoid waiving issues should be able to give later appellate lawyers the cloth they need to fashion your strongest possible arguments.

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