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Easley Appellate Practice PLLC
A premiere all-Board-Certified appellate law firm.
We are certified by The Florida Bar as "appellate experts" and "appellate specialists". Only those certified as such by The Florida Bar can claim that select designation.
We practice in the Florida Supreme Court, U.S. Supreme Court, and all Federal Circuit Courts of Appeals (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th Circuits).
We also practice in all Florida District Courts of Appeal, and at the trial level as appellate co-counsel for strategic litigation support in high-stakes cases.
Despite a winning or losing decision, trial level outcomes are often not the end of the litigation.
On appeal, you still need to keep the win or prosecute the loss. Either way, parties to the litigation are better served by Appellate Specialists.
A federal appellate judge explained why: "Appellate advocacy is, in essence, a business for legal intellectuals" and "a specialty all to itself." See Plain Talk On Appellate Advocacy, 20 Litigation No. 3 (ABA 1994).
With almost five decades combined of appellate experience, our Appellate Specialists are trained to minimize risk and maximize success in the appellate courts.
Across all Federal Courts of Appeals and across all Florida appellate courts, the firm's Appellate Specialists are trained and ready to help.
Award-winning Top Appellate Blog on Wikio and Criminology and The Florida Bar
Proud members of the appellate lawyers & trial support group (al&ts) (c) 2009.
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1200 Brickell Avenue, Suite 1950, Miami, Florida 3313131
- The Florida Bar 2009 Excellence in Promotion of Board Certification Award
- ALM Recognition of Easley Appellate Practice Among South Florida's Top Lawyers, Legal Leaders in Appellate, Business / Commercial Law
- Among "The State's Legal Leaders" 2011 in Bizjournal
- Top Attorneys in Florida 2011, in The Wall Street Journal
- AV Preeminent Rated, Martindale -Hubbell
- Top Appellate Lawyer, in South Florida Legal Guide
- Florida Legal Elite (top 1.9 percent Florida lawyers), in Florida Trend Magazine
- Florida Super Lawyer (Top 5%), in Florida Super Lawyer Magazine
- Top 100 Super Lawyers - Miami, in Florida Super Lawyer Magazine
Why do clients entrust their complex and high stakes appeals to EAP PLLC? There are really four reasons. We are board certified in appellate, highly experienced and innovative specialists, while not yielding to over-confidence. We provide outstanding customer service, with the highest Avvo customer ratings of 10 out of 10, and 5 stars. More
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Trial level outcomes are important, to be sure. We only work with the most excellent, smart trial attorneys for strategic litigation support. Our Appellate Specialists are trained to help by expertly researching the legal issues early on, guiding how and what evidence to adduce and the law to most effectively prosecute/defend your case and preserve appellate issues. More