Briefly: Five tips for presenting your appeal

By Ryan Marth and Ryan MacDonald

November 23, 2021

It's been quite the slog. Hundreds of depositions. Millions of pages of documents produced. Multiple expert reports. And a series of trial war stories worthy of a novel. No, after years before the familiar district judge, your case rests in the hands of three relative strangers to your case. How can you take advantage of your new forum to give your client the best chance of success?

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