Commercial & Business Litigation Appeals Attorneys in Florida
Was There a Problem with Your Case?
Not all business litigation firms are skilled or equipped enough for appellate work, but Rosenthal Law Group is. For more than 40 combined years, we have applied our knowledge and experience in trial proceedings and on appeal.
Any of a number of problems could have occurred during your trial, such as:
- Mistakes made by a judge when conducting court procedures
- Mistakes made by a judge when interpreting the law
- Evidence that made a difference should have or should not have been permitted
All clients deserve a fair trial. If you believe there was a problem with how your trial was conducted by a judge or handled by your legal representation at the time, reach out to Rosenthal Law Group for assistance. We can handle in-state and federal appeals, working to reverse verdicts and provide the legal support you need when your trial was improperly handled.
Call Our Commercial & Business Litigation Appeals Lawyer
Rosenthal Law Group has handles numerous complex appeals resulting in several precedent setting published opinions. In both state and Federal court. The Firm’s attorneys have argued en banc (before the entire court) at the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals – something so rare that only a very few appellate attorneys ever experience. The Firm’s attorneys were are also among the very first to argue via video conference at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Errors May Have Originated from the Judge
When the conductor of an orchestra makes an error, it can be very apparent to the ear. By a similar token, judicial mistakes can have just as obvious effects on the outcome of your trial.
Errors a judge can make can include:
- Misinterpreting laws applicable to matters brought up during your trial
- Improperly conducting court proceedings
- Giving erroneous instructions to jurors
- Precluding evidence that would have made a difference in your case
- Permitting unfair or irrelevant evidence that made a difference in your case
Everyone is human in the legal system, which means not even a judge is infallible. This, however, is no excuse for why you shouldn’t appeal a decision when you believe a judge was at fault. If you believe a judge’s errors cost you your trial, consult with an appeals attorney in Florida from Rosenthal Law Group.
Our Florida Appeal Attorneys
Our team of experienced appeal lawyers at Rosenthal Law Group is here to provide you with the dedicated support you need. We have a profound understanding of the complexities of commercial and business law in Florida and specialize in handling appeals and offering strategic guidance to safeguard your interests.
Whether you require assistance in appealing a court decision, navigating intricate legal procedures, or constructing a persuasive argument, our Florida appeal lawyers possess the knowledge and skills to effectively represent your case. We will closely collaborate with you to grasp your unique circumstances, formulate a robust appellate strategy, and vigorously advocate for your rights.
Don't tackle the appeals process alone. Place your trust in our team to deliver the unwavering legal representation necessary for a successful outcome. Get in touch with our appeals attorneys today to schedule a consultation and take the next decisive step in securing your commercial and business litigation appeals in Weston, Florida.
Contact Us for Assistance with Your Commercial & Business Appeal
Reach out to Rosenthal Law Group if you believe there was a problem with your trial that resulted in an unfavorable decision against you. Remember that an appeal is not a re-trial, but a chance to argue that forces outside of your control presented biased conditions that led to an unfavorable outcome.
Remedies we can help you seek during an appeal can include adjusting damage amounts, reversing decisions, and even a retrial.
We offer services to Florida business owners and business owners who live out of state but have litigation matters in Florida.
Contact Rosenthal Law Group to speak with an attorney about what may be possible for you with an appeal of your civil lawsuit.