A Litigator's Guide to Preservation

The facts may make or break a case at trial, but the legal rules of preservation can make or break the case on appeal. Whether there's a risk that the other side may appeal a verdict for your client or a fear that a fabulous case may fail because of a bad ruling by the trial judge, a trial court judgment is not always the end. Effective litigators need to understand the key requirements for preserving the ability to challenge trial rulings on appeal. Join appellate attorneys Kathryn Clarke and Meagan Flynn for this informative discussion.

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Wednesday, November 12, 2014, 3-5pm
World Trade Center Mezzanine Room, Building 2, 26
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