A Sophisticated, Interdisciplinary Appellate Practice
With over 20 years of practice in civil and commercial law, Cox Padmore Skolnik & Shakarchy LLP, possesses the necessary drive to represent our clients’ interests at the appellate level when trial disposition is unsatisfactory or unacceptable. We also provide appellate representation for clients seeking to replace their trial lawyer with an experienced appellate law attorney.
Our New York firm has indispensable skill, knowledge and professionalism for intermediate and final appeals. Reach us online or by phone at 800-209-7206.
Prepared For Every Situation
Having represented clients before state, federal and international courts, our attorneys represent plaintiffs and defendants in appeals before state and federal appellate courts as well as international tribunals and foreign courts. Our attorneys have successfully:
- Defended our own trial victories through the appeals phase in several U.S. and state courts of appeal
- Filed appeals in the appropriate courts in order to obtain reversal of unfavorable verdicts in our own civil cases and those originally tried by other lawyers
- Reviewed and analyzed trial verdicts and case files for potential appeals clients and as an of-counsel service to other attorneys and law firms seeking a qualified opinion, review or arguments
Our strengths as appeals lawyers include in-depth knowledge of the proper procedures and the writing of powerful, well-constructed legal briefs necessary to file a strong appeal or defend against one. We have attorneys who are adept at analyzing case records and determining whether judicial error or some other consideration merits an appeal.
Litigation Attorneys With Successful Appeals Experience
Whether you are a business stakeholder unsatisfied with a recent commercial claim verdict or a law firm in need of a qualified opinion on the likelihood of a successful appeal, we will welcome your request for an exploratory consultation with our team. Please call our New York City offices at 800-209-7206 to schedule a meeting.