Briefly: Seeking Fees and Costs While on Appeal

By Eric Magnuson and Gregory Voshell

May 24, 2022

Appellate practice takes time and money. Consider this issue from a client's perspective. After a long (and likely expensive) trial, your client prevails, obtains a judgment, and justifiably believes that the matter is resolved. Then, your opposition elects to appeal.

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