Jay-Allen Eisen, Principal

Certified Appellate Law Specialist who has been counsel in more than 300 appeals and appellate writs, including more than 75 that have led to published, precedent decisions

Courts of appeal are not filled by Demigods. Some members are learned, some less so. Some are keen and perspicacious, some have more plodding minds. In short, they are men and lawyers much like the rest of us.

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The appeals process, or appellate procedure, consists of the rules and practices by which higher courts review lower court judgments.
A formal order under seal, issued in the name of a sovereign, government, court, or other competent authority, enjoining the officer or other person to whom it is issued or addressed to do or refrain from some specified act.
A motion practice is a request for relief from the court. Motion is a procedural device in law to bring a limited but contested issue before a court for decision.