Not every case ends in the trial court. Often, a favorable verdict is appealed, or an unfavorable verdict needs to be appealed. And, increasingly, pretrial rulings can be and are reviewed by a court of appeals by interlocutory appeal or petition for writ of mandamus. In any situation, it is important to have an attorney on your side that is familiar with the unique procedural rules and strategy employed at the appellate level.
The attorneys at DP&S have devoted the bulk of their practice to civil appellate law. Altogether, DP&S's attorneys have handled hundreds of appeals in both state and federal court. With this valuable experience, DP&S can quickly evaluate your case and the issues presented and advise as to the best strategy for appeal and the best strategy for attacking or defending the judgment or order at issue.