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How to Determine Whether an Order is “Final” for Appellate Purposes

An appellate court determines the finality of an order, judgment or decree when the order constitutes an end to the judicial labor in the cause and nothing further remains to be done by the court. Although this standard seems straightforward, its application often proves to be tricky. In this post, Amy Wessel explains how to navigate the nuances in determining whether an order is final for appellate purposes. CONTINUE READING...

Preservation of Error: When a Motion for Rehearing is Necessary

When is a motion for rehearing essential? Jake Monk explains when it is critical to move for rehearing in order to preserve an issue for appellate review. CONTINUE READING...