When a judgment or verdict is entered against your client, the battle is not over. Effective use of the appellate process gives you the perfect opportunity to reverse the tide and turn defeat into victory. However, ill-prepared and sloppy appellate work can just as easily allow you to lose your victory in the blink of an eye. This white paper reviews the process of handling appeals and special writs.
Managing shareholder and member of the board of directors in the law firm of Olson, Cannon, Gormley, Angulo & Stoberski
areas of experience include insurance and business law, civil rights, administrative law, FDCPA and related areas, legal and accounting malpractice, bankruptcy, domestic law, police officer rights, labor law, personal injury, premises liability, inadequate security, internal investigations, employment discrimination and harassment, and appellate advocacy
In addition to serving as a state bar mentor for young lawyers, he has served on the Nevada State Bar’s Fee Dispute program for over 17 years handling appeals of arbitration decisions under that program as the state chair for the last 7 years
Conducted training classes for a number of law enforcement agencies on risk management and litigation issues and has given a number of statewide and national lectures in the areas of civil rights, litigation survival and strategies, civil procedural issues and trial and deposition preparation
J.D. degree, J. Reuben Clark Law School; B.S. degree, Arizona State University