Occasionally, while an appeal is pending, the law changes in a way that could affect the outcome of the case. Therefore, appellate attorneys should be prepared to discuss whether a party whose case is pending on appeal may take...Read More
Last year, the Section moved into the technological age and revamped the monthly CLEs. It moved from a telephonic to a webinar format. This change was a huge success. It allowed the speakers to use a PowerPoint or other...Read More
Eleventh Circuit Declines to Limit the Pearlman Doctrine to Interlocutory Appeals in the Grand Jury Context
Summer 2014 By Paul A. Avron In a first impression issue, a panel of the Eleventh Circuit declined to limit the Pearlman doctrine1—under which an intervenor can file an interlocutory appeal from an order denying a motion to...Read More
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