Appellate Practice – Tips on Preserving the Record for Appeal
How to use various discovery devices to establish a proper evidentiary foundation for exhibits and testimony prior to trial for the discovery and motion phases of a case; strategies to enhance or limit difficult exhibits and testimony prior to trial; strategies that will preserve and protect the record, should an appeal be taken after a verdict for the trial of an action, including post-trial motions.
Pre-trial vs. trial record; preservation issues; consideration of having appellate counsel at trial to assist with record preservation; preserving an adequate record even if that means inviting judicial consternation.
Hon. Troy K. Webber, Justice on the First Department of the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division
Hon. Jeffrey K. Oing, Associate Justice, Appellate Division, First Department of the New York State Supreme Court
Seth M. Rosner, Seth M. Rosner, P.C
- November 13, 2020
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