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PA's Intermediate Appellate Courts: What Solo and Small Firm Practitioners Need to Know

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About

Let’s face it: the Pennsylvania Rules of Appellate Procedure are long. If your firm does not specialize in appellate work, or you do not work for a large firm with an appellate division, it can take a seemingly inordinate amount of time to ensure you are handling an appeal properly, let alone effectively. The Superior Court and Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania both have legal staffs devoted to examining the propriety of appeals filed in those Courts and preparing the appeals for their panels of Judges. Listen as the chiefs of those legal staffs offer some procedural steps, helpful tips, and advice to ensure you are providing effective representation on appeal.

Recorded at the PBA Solo & Small Firm Conference in July 2021.

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Faculty

NameFirm/Company
Michael F. Krimmel Esq. Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania
Mary E. Schellhammer Esq. Law Office of Mary E. Schellhammer
Philip H. Yoon Esq. Superior Court of Pennsylvania
Faculty may vary by location.
PBI reserves the right to substitute speakers at all programs.
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