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25 January 2013


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Celia C. Elwlell, RP

When doing an appeal, have you had clients were under the mistaken impression that the appeal would "re-try" the case and make them "whole" -- as if the law could take away anything bad and put them back as they were before the initial lawsuit? A supreme court judge once told me that justice and law the are often two completely different things . . . .


Actually my clients are litigation-savvy. They know what can and can’t be done on appeal.

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