Litigating in a trial court is sometimes only the first chapter in the story of a case. If one of the parties appeals a trial court decision in the trial court, litigating in an appellate court is the next chapter. The possibility of litigating before an appellate court must be considered during every step of trial court litigation in order to insure that the pursuit or defense of a potential appeal will be successful. Our attorneys have experience at the trial court and appellate levels and can guide you through the appellate litigation process in both Florida state and Federal courts. Whether it’s pursuing an interlocutory appeal to preserve a pre-judgement issue, ensuring an issue is properly preserved at the trial court level, helping voice an error made in a judgment, or defending a favorable judgment or pre-judgment issue, our attorneys have the experience to help every step of the way.
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