Appellate petitions and motions allow parties to obtain an interlocutory appeal, to end an appeal without full briefing and argument, and to otherwise shape the course of an appeal.

The importance of properly prepared and truly persuasive petitions and motions thus cannot be overstated.

At the same time, however, appellate petitions and motions are subject to a host of often complex procedural rules and unwritten court customs that can be the difference between success and failure.

Listen as our panel of experienced appellate attorneys discusses the nuances of federal appellate petitions and motions, provides tips on navigating the system, and addresses common mistakes.

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