Appellate

Gardere’s Appellate practice group does not just handle appeals, but instead is involved in all stages of litigation, both in the trial courts and appellate courts.

Our appellate lawyers are consultants to trial counsel at nearly every stage of litigation. They frequently assist trial counsel with discovery disputes, dispositive motions, the jury charge and preparation of proposed judgments – in addition to assisting with pretrial and trial strategy in general.

Our appellate team also handles domestic and international matters in the state and federal appellate courts all across the country – whether the cases are tried by Gardere lawyers or by outside counsel – and they deal with all aspects of post-trial and appellate litigation, including mediation, supersedeas issues and amicus briefs.

Gardere attorneys have handled appeals regarding a wide range of substantive matters, including:

  • Administrative
  • Class action
  • Commercial
  • Construction
  • Copyright
  • Employment
  • Entertainment
  • Financial Restructuring and Reorganization
  • Government contracts
  • Insurance coverage
  • Intellectual property
  • Oil and gas
  • Patent
  • Personal injury
  • Products liability
  • Trusts and estates

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Operators

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To perform an exact phrase search, surround your search phrase with quotation marks.  For example, "Project Finance".

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