Briefly: Interlocutory Appeals: Can You? Must You?

By Eric Magnuson

January 22, 2021

Just because you can appeal, do you have to? That's a question that arises at some point in every case you lose. Thoughtful counsel will advise their clients that "winning" an appeal is a relative term. The case may outweigh the benefit, and sometimes the best result you can get is a re-trial with all the attendant cost and uncertainty.

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