Appellate Practice: What Every Trial Attorney Needs to Know
$60 for MBA members | $95 non-members
This seminar will cover appellate practice tips, tricks and pitfalls that trial attorneys should consider in their pre-appeal and appellate practice. This seminar will address considerations in whether to appeal, preserving issues for appeal, working with co-counsel and when to retain appellate counsel, briefing, spotting procedural problems with the other side's appellate arguments, and preparing for and conducting oral argument. It will cover appellate practice in multiple forums and differences a practitioner may encounter. The speakers will field questions related to appellate practice and procedure. Shenoa Payne, Attorney at Law, provides general civil litigation and appellate practice consultation for trial attorneys, helping to navigate the complex legal issues in all stages of the case, from pre-filing, motions practice, preservation of issues for appeal, trial motions and support, and attorney fee petitions. Julene M. Quinn, of Julene M Quinn LLC, specializes in appellate practice. She has over 80 reported court decisions and has handled hundreds of appellate court cases in the Oregon Court of Appeals and Oregon Supreme Court. She has over 25 years of experience in workers' compensation on both the claimant and defense side, and currently focuses only on the claimants' and plaintiffs' side.
For more information: Contact Jovanna Patrick, Hollander Lebenbaum & Gannicott at 503.222.2408. For registration questions, contact the MBA at 503.222.3275.
Date & Time
Wednesday, April 19, 2017, 2:30pm-4:30pm
World Trade Center, Mezzanine, 26 SW Salmon