The Last Word - How To Handle The Appellate Process by: Sidney Klingler
Insights 09/01/2010

An unfavorable judgment may not be the final word in a lawsuit, as the appellate process allows businesses to redress errors in the trial court. The appellate process is complex and lengthy, but it can help you avoid costly litigation.

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