Appealing Business Dispute And Litigation Outcomes
When you have completed litigation, arbitration or an administrative procedure, the results might neither be fair nor fulfill your company’s needs. If an error led to an unjust outcome, you may have grounds for pursuing an appeal.
Business law attorneys Robert J. Kaufman, Esq. & Alex B. Kaufman, Esq., can provide guidance on all aspects of appellate litigation. For over 37 years, our Atlanta-based lawyers have represented businesses in America and across the world. If you need recourse from an appellate court or administrative appeals agency, let our legal team advocate for your interests.
The Appellate Process Is Unique – And We Have Experience
Filing a business appeal is not the same as starting a fresh case in court. The appeals process can vary depending on the circumstances of your case, but the bulk of the work consists of preparing written briefs rather than presenting in the courtroom. It is crucial to depend on an experienced business appeals lawyer who can effectively navigate this process.
The grounds for filing an appeal are strictly limited; they can include:
- Errors in trial court rulings
- An incorrect interpretation of the law
- Other procedural errors, such as improper jury instructions
Our lawyers are skilled at researching and writing strong appellate briefs to support our clients’ position. Whether you are pursuing an appeal or defending against one, you can rely on the strength of our appellate practice.
In administrative cases, you may need to appeal to a specific administrative entity, such as a governmental board, before you can pursue judicial review in court. We are well-versed in the administrative process, including appeals, and we can assist you in these special cases.
Your Advocates In State And Federal Courts
Our appellate attorneys are ready to meet the challenges in your court — whether your case moves to the Georgia Court of Appeals, the Georgia Supreme Court, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals or the Supreme Court of the United States. We are ready to represent your side when seeking or defending against an appeal.
Your chance to appeal a decision is relatively short. Call 770-390-9200 or email us for a thorough review of your case outcomes and the possibility of an appeal. Robert J. Kaufman, Esq. & Alex B. Kaufman, Esq., can help you work toward the favorable results you deserve.