Posts from October 2016.

Amendments to the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure will take effect December 1, 2016. Steve Maher discusses the controversial change in reduction of type-volume limitations for appellate briefs.Read More

Can filing a motion for rehearing blow a party’s right to appeal? Yes! Suzanne Labrit outlines three common ‘minefields’ to avoid when considering a motion for rehearing.Read More

When is a motion for rehearing essential? Jake Monk explains when it is critical to move for rehearing in order to preserve an issue for appellate review.Read More

We review the issues and arguments presented, and summarize the opposing positions, on the pending question of whether Daubert or Frye will be the standard for admissibility of expert evidence in Florida courts. Read More

Shutts & Bowen’s Appellate Law Blog analyzes and discusses recent cases, news and trends of interest to appellate practitioners and trial lawyers litigating cases likely to result in appeals. Our experienced authors will cover how to navigate the appellate process, covering topics such as appellate jurisdiction and...Read More

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