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This manuscript covers strategic areas of overlapping trial and appellate practice to help practitioners get their cases and issues heard on appeal.

It offers information on the newly enacted laws and rules affecting North Carolina appellate practice, how to ensure appealable issues are preserved in the record at the trial level, how and when to appeal an interlocutory order from the trial court to the appellate court, and how to determine whether the trial court or appellate court has authority over a matter once a notice of appeal has been filed.

This manuscript addresses matters of both state and federal law and is appropriate for all levels of trial and appellate counsel.

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Product Information
Product Date:
March 24, 2017
Harmonizing Trial and Appellate Procedure to Get Your Case Heard on Appeal (2017 Joint Appellate Practice and Litigation Program) | 2017 | Member E-library
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Judge G Bryan Collins   [ view bio ]
Judge Richard D Dietz   [ view bio ]
Andrew H 'Drew' Erteschik   [ view bio ]
Kimmel McDiarmid   [ view bio ]
Preston O Odom III   [ view bio ]
Solicitor General Matthew W Sawchak   [ view bio ]
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