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Appellate litigation is a specialized area of legal practice. It is not merely a continuation of trial court proceedings. As a result, the skills and knowledge necessary to prepare briefing which will persuade an appellate court are quite specific. For example, appellate proceedings rely almost exclusively on written briefs, which will be read and analyzed by at least three appellate justices with more time and more research attorneys than a superior court judge generally has available, and according to standards and presumptions quite different than those applied in the trial court. In addition, given the nature of appellate review and the potential for reevaluation of prior precedent, appellate counsel must be cognizant as to how a legal result he or she advocates in a particular case would fit into - or possibly change - a given area of law. The attorneys at Esner Chang & Boyer possess the knowledge, savvy, and skills necessary to effectively litigate in the appellate arena. All four partners are certified as appellate specialists by the California State Bar's Board of Legal Specialization, and together they have more than 100 years experience practicing appellate law exclusively. The attorneys at Esner, Chang & Boyer truly love practicing appellate law and love working with their clients towards positive results, whether it be the reversal of an erroneous ruling below or the affirmance of a correct one. In addition to handling all aspects of appellate litigation in California and federal appellate courts, the firm also assists trial lawyers with dispositive and post-judgment motions. The firm has a well-earned reputation among trial lawyers and the clients it represents as having successfully litigated a wide range of appeals, writs and motions in civil matters.
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California - Pasadena
Pasadena office of our client seeks appellate attorney with 3-7 years of experience. The candidate should have extensive experience in dispositive civil law-and-motion. Prior state or federal clerkship is a plus.
Handled by: Los Angeles
Skills Litigation - Appellate