Law ReviewA Brief History Vol. 1: Permission to Appeal

March 5, 20220

DEFEATING A PERMISSION TO APPEAL.

Neill T. Nwoha, Esq.

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One of my biggest challenges as an appellate writer came to me during my time at Thomas J. Henry, PLLC.

After winning on a motion for summary judgment the defense counsel filed a permission to appeal, one of the few ways to obtain an interlocutory appeal, which the district court granted. But would the appellate court also grant the permission to appeal?

The linked PDF is my arguments for why the defendant was not entitled to permission for appeal, which was affirmed by the appellate court.

 

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