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Appellate practice requires skills far different than those at the trial level.  This does not mean, of course, that you’re not capable of handling your own appeals.  It means simply that, by dedicating ourselves to appellate practice, our experience base, cost effective approach, and quality of work will allow us to service your clients with greater ease.  Our appellate practice group frequently provides trial counsel with support before and during a trial.  This allows you to dedicate yourself on your strength, and continue to maintain focus on the time intensive litigation practice you already have.

Our practice covers the gamut of substantive and procedural law from admiralty to white collar crime, from professional liability to pharmaceutical, real estate, and civil rights.  Brief writing and oral argument skills are rather different from motions and trials.  Each presents it own challenges, and each must be navigated with care.

If you’ve filed your Notice of Appeal and would like to engage us at any time, we’d be happy to discuss your case, and even provide tips if you’re still interested in perfecting or responding on your own.  If you want to delegate the appellate portion of your matter, we’d be honored to step in and work our magic.  If you’ve had enough with the case or the client after a dispositive motion, or verdict, we appreciate your referrals.  No matter what, we will keep you apprised of our role, and status of the case.

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Preservation and matters de hors the record are two issues we’d love to never deal with on an appeal, yet we seem to never get away from.  Whether it is a dispositive motion, or evidence adduced at trial, the appellate practice is slave to the record below.  Records are almost never enlarged, and it is extremely important to “empty the barrel” if an appeal might need to be taken.  We have in the past, and would love to be of assistance if you feel you'll find yourself appealing a decision.  Although preservation issues may be overcome, an insufficient record can become a fatal flaw.

If you’re in the process of writing your motion or preparing for trial, always feel free to contact us, and we will help you create an adequate record and preserve your issues.  It is extremely important to think past the trial before it even begins.

Contact our firm if you are trial counsel in need of pre or post trial appellate counsel that understands the complexity of prosecuting or defending an appeal

Marzano Lawyers PLLC Appellate Attorneys assist clients in New York and Connecticut. We serve all of New York City and the surrounding area, including but not limited to Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens County, Kings County, Bronx, Yonkers, Staten Island, Westchester County, New York County, Hudson County, Suffolk County, & Nassau County.



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