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Why outsource to appellate specialists for appellate co-counsel & trial support?

Trial level outcomes are important, to be sure. Our Appellate Specialists are trained to help. To expertly research the legal issues early on., and guide trial counsel in what evidence to adduce to satisfy the legal elements of the law to most effectively prosecute or defend your case. Meanwhile, trial counsel can focus on expertly adducing and arguing the evidence.

The firm's policy on trial support is simple: we are not trial lawyers, and we do not compete with trial lawyers for trial work, in which trial lawyers excel. We focus on the law-side of litigation. We help preserve trial court issues for possible appellate review, to not only help you succeed, but to help you keep your success on appeal.

 A sole practitioner has 48 hours to file a response to a temporary restraining order raising a myriad of appellate issues. A small law firm finds itself with two complex appellate briefs and an extraordinary writ due the same week. An in house counsel for a Florida financial company finds herself covered by a mass of dispositive summary judgment motions. In each case, an e-mail to a trial support firm with an appellate perspective was the solution.

Easley Appellate Practice provides expert and efficient research, writing and editing to lawyers, law firms and legal departments.  We have the experience and proven ability to distill a wide variety of complex legal issues into readable, understanable prose.  And all with a view toward ensuring that the right issues are preserved for later appellate review. And stronger legal positions help to enhance better settlements and help to save clients  money on legal fees.


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