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 limitations, appeals from interlocutory and final orders, potential timing minefields, avoiding waiver, ensuring preservation of error, scopeand standards of review, original proceedings and extraordinary writs, procedural considerations for lodging and perfecting appeals, and updates on caselaw from Florida’s appellate courts on these issues.
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- The Rules, They Are A Changin’: Recent Amendments to the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure and the Florida Rules of Judicial Administration
- Attorney’s Fees on Appeal: Part I - Preserving the Appellee’s Attorney Fee Award
- Florida Defies Trend, Rejects Daubert Standard for Expert Opinion Evidence
- Jury Instructions, Part I: Preserving Your Appellate Issues
- How to Obtain a Stay of a Money Judgment Pending Appellate Review
- Original Proceedings, Part III: To seek or not to seek Prohibition - Temperance is Suggested
- Original Proceedings: Part II – Second Tier Certiorari
- Original Proceedings: Part I - The Basics of Certiorari
- “As a Matter of Law” Means Just That: Denial of Immunity Appeals Under Rule 9.130
- Enforcing the Mandate when the Trial Court Deviates or Delays
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