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Ten Things You Should Know About Civil Appeals

1 hour MCLE Credit including 1 hour in Legal Ethics

 

Audra Ibarra and Benjamin Shatz will share practice tips with you about the most important points civil trial attorneys and new civil appellate attorneys should know about an appeal.

Audra Ibarra and Benjamin Shatz will share practice tips with you about the most important points civil trial attorneys and new civil appellate attorneys should know about an appeal. Including:

  • What can be appealed?
  • Deadlines to appeal and how long it takes
  • How to collect or stay a judgment pending appeal
  • The chances of reversal on appeal
  • What should be on the record for an appeal?
  • When to appeal or defend a judgment or order
  • The best strategies on appeal
  • How to recover attorney fees for an appeal
  • Your options after a court of appeal issues its opinion
  • Ethical issues on appeal
On Demand CP51601-191

Recorded 12/14

 

Audra Ibarra and Benjamin Shatz will share practice tips with you about the most important points civil trial attorneys and new civil appellate attorneys should know about an appeal. Including:

  • What can be appealed?
  • Deadlines to appeal and how long it takes
  • How to collect or stay a judgment pending appeal
  • The chances of reversal on appeal
  • What should be on the record for an appeal?
  • When to appeal or defend a judgment or order
  • The best strategies on appeal
  • How to recover attorney fees for an appeal
  • Your options after a court of appeal issues its opinion
  • Ethical issues on appeal

AUDRA S. IBARRA

AUDRA S. IBARRA

AUDRA S. IBARRA is an experienced civil and white-collar appellate attorney. She has a solo appellate practice and is also of counsel to California Appellate Law Group (CALG). Clients and attorneys who prefer to work with her one-on-one engage her in her solo capacity. Those who prefer a team approach follow her to CALG. She represents organizations and individuals in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the California Supreme Court and the California Courts of Appeal. She consults on attorney fee and dispositive motions, as well as trial strategy. She has over a decade of appellate experience and has personally tried 40 jury trials. She is a former supervising Assistant US Attorney, litigator at a large national law firm, and Deputy District Attorney. She has received national recognition and awards for her cases. She regularly publishes articles on trends in appellate law, particularly in the area of attorney fee appeals.

BENJAMIN G. SHATZ

BENJAMIN G. SHATZ

BENJAMIN G. SHATZ Co-Chairs Manatt’s Appellate Practice Group. He has briefed hundreds of civil appeals, writs and petitions to the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Courts of Appeals, California Supreme Court and California Courts of Appeal, covering areas of law including entertainment, copyright, trademark, employment, land use, banking, insurance, product liability, professional liability, wrongful death, punitive damages, class actions, anti-SLAPP and unfair competition. Before joining Manatt, Mr. Shatz was in the appellate department of an international law firm. He also served as law clerk to The Honorable Robert J. Johnston, United States Magistrate Judge for the District of Nevada, and as extern to The Honorable Dorothy W. Nelson, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He is a frequent lecturer and author, having been published in California Litigation, California Lawyer, Los Angeles Lawyer, Inside Counsel, The Daily Journal, The Recorder, For the Defense, California Defender, CEB Civil Litigator Reporter, and many other legal publications.

Products specifications
PRACTICE AREA Civil Litigation & Torts
SUBTOPICS Appellate and Post-Trial Practice
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
REQUIRED SUBJECTS Legal Ethics
Products specifications
PRACTICE AREA Civil Litigation & Torts
SUBTOPICS Appellate and Post-Trial Practice
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
REQUIRED SUBJECTS Legal Ethics