Dave Scriven-Young is a commercial and environmental litigator in the Chicago office of Peckar & Abramson, which...
Unlike trials, appeals involve different strategies, procedures, and perspective. That’s why understanding how the appellate process works, and the strategies involved to improve your case on appeal is critical to the success of your case and your client.
In this episode of Litigation Radio, host Dave Scriven-Young welcomes trial and appellate litigation expert Lawrence Rosenberg to discuss the ins-and-outs of Appellate Litigation. Don’t miss this special episode as the two discuss:
Tips to Getting Appellate Experience
What It’s Like to Argue a Case Before the United States Supreme Court
How the Appellate Process Works
Practical Strategies for Trial Lawyers and Litigators to Improve a Case on Appeal
How to Have a Successful Oral Argument
Lawrence Rosenberg is a Trial and Appellate Litigation Partner at Jones Day. For 25 years, Larry has tried cases and argued appeals throughout the country and has been lead counsel in numerous matters in the United States Supreme Court. He has considerable experience in regulatory, statutory and constitutional litigation, intellectual property, antitrust, international litigation, labor and employment, products liability, and securities litigation.