No Nononsense Lawyer Announces Teleseminar on the Do's and Don'ts of appealing a Lawsuit to the U.S. Supreme Court

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The decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court can have a significant impact on our business environment, yet how many businesses really know what it means to appeal a case to the highest court in the land?

The decisions the U.S. Supreme Court can have a significant impact on our business environment, yet how many businesses really know what it means to appeal a case to the highest court in the land?

Should a court decision be appealed whenever it's unfavorable? Is an appeal the equivalent of a do over? What factors should businesses weigh when deciding whether to do so? What are the common pitfalls to avoid when appealing a case to the Supreme Court or an intermediate court?

A free teleseminar program, "Appealing a Lawsuit to the U.S. Supreme Court," answers these questions and more on July 14, 2010 at 8 pm Eastern, 5 pm Pacific when The No Nonsense Lawyer™ , Hanna Hasl-Kelchner interviews leading legal authority Clint Vince, Chair of the Global Energy Practice, at the law firm of Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP.

Clint has had an extraordinarily high success rate in the courtroom. His experience includes high profile litigation and appellate cases including, U.S. Supreme Court advocacy, major project development, and legislative and regulatory advocacy on behalf of public and private clients.

Clint has for example represented the city of New Orleans’ as lead federal trial counsel for nearly three decades, and is credited with helping the ratepayers of the City of New Orleans save more than two billion dollars. He also worked with authorities to restore power in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

What all this means is that business decision makers will get a no nonsense look behind the scenes, a better understanding of how to protect business’ legal rights, and insights about how to utilize the appellate process strategically.    

Who should attend:

  •     Entrepreneurs and business owners with up to 100 employees
  •     CEOs, COOs, CFOs and other executives involved with business strategy who are seeking a better understanding the litigation process
  •     Attorneys responsible for case management and litigation strategy.

Register by visiting http://askthenononsenselawyer.com and submit a question for Hanna to ask Clint Vince during their live teleseminar on July 14th.

Join the teleseminar by phone from any convenient location. No travel is required. Register today at http://askthenononsenselawyer.com.

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