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Orlando Business Law Attorneys Ready To Work For Fair Results

After a business litigation matter has concluded the issue may be resolved. However, there are many situations in which the resolution to the case may not have been appropriate or fairly reached. Business owners often have concerns about their legal rights after a decision has been made in any case. It may be possible to file a business appeal in order to have an appellate court take another look at the process and decisions in your case.

Whether we handled your initial business litigation matter or you are seeking new counsel to handle an appeal, our attorneys at Korshak & Associates, P.A., are here to help. As skilled litigators and appeals lawyers, we fully understand the process through which appeals are handled. We can review your business matter to determine if an appeal is warranted.

If you have questions about a business law case and the potential for an appeal, please schedule a consultation with our firm today by calling 888-681-4389 .

Skillfully Handling Business Appeals

Appeals may be filed in all types of business litigation cases, including breach of contract, employment disputes, partnership disagreements and business dissolutions. We begin an appeal by thoroughly examining all of the details of the initial case and the outcome of that case. Some of the questions we ask while reviewing the case are:

  • Were all the facts accurately conveyed?
  • Did all the lawyers act appropriately?
  • Is the outcome reasonable?
  • Was there any misconduct that influenced the decision?
  • Has new information been uncovered?

Once these questions have been answered, we can file a notice of appeal and move forward with the case. Our firm can structure your appeal, put together all information and appellate documentation, and argue the case in front of the appellate court.

Business Appeals FAQ

If you come out on the losing end of a business dispute, you might think your battle over the case is over. Depending on the circumstances of the case, however, you might wish to appeal the decision. Perhaps you feel that the decision was not fairly reached, that not all evidence was considered or that your rights were violated.

At Korshak & Associates, it’s our goal that our clients are satisfied with the results of their case. Our Orlando business lawyers handle appeals for a variety of business cases, whether we were the original attorneys in the case or the matter was handled elsewhere. Our attorneys are skilled at determining if an appeal is warranted in a given case, and, if so, what the arguments will be.

We’ve compiled some questions for people or businesses that are considering appealing their case in the form of an Orlando business appeals FAQ:

What does appeal mean in law?

To appeal a judgment in a case means to challenge the ruling of the court in the event the original case was mishandled, new information has surfaced, an attorney was unqualified or other reasons.

How does the appeal process work?

If you believe you want to appeal, it is important to first obtain an appellate attorney who can review your situation. If the lawyer thinks that an appeal is warranted, a notice of appeal is filed. The appeal will be researched and written, and presented orally in front of the appellate court. There, the judge or judges will make a decision on your appeal.

How many appeals may I have?

The number of appeals is dependent on the number of courts that have a higher jurisdiction over the court where the case was originally heard.

I don’t think my original lawyer acted appropriately. Can I hire someone else to appeal the result of my case?

Certainly. Our firm handles many appeals cases that we were not involved with originally. Alleging that an issue such as attorney misconduct has taken place can be a reason to appeal a case.

What do I need to increase my chances for a successful appeal?

In many cases, having new information or additional information on the case can increase the chances. Also, having a lawyer on your side who has handled appeals and is knowledgeable about the process can help you as well.

Since I lost my case, we’ve uncovered more information that might have changed the outcome. Is it too late to do anything about it?

No, it’s not too late. The discovery of evidence after the original verdict has been handed down is one of many reasons that an appeal might be warranted. If evidence is overlooked, it’s crucial to still introduce it if it might impact the decision of the court.

Contact Our Orlando Business Law Attorneys Now

To learn more about your right to file an appeal in a business matter, fill out our contact form or call our firm at 888-681-4389. We offer a free 10-minute initial consultation at our offices in Orlando and Casselberry, Florida. Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and after hours by appointment. Se habla español. We accept cash, check and major credit cards.

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