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Civil Appeals: State and Federal 2022 Edition (COMING SOON)

PRE-ORDER This handbook is the attorney’s guide through all aspects of the civil appeals procedure.
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This handbook details the civil appeals procedure from start to finish with discussions on every aspect of the process. Topics include preserving error for review in Illinois trial proceedings; final judgments; postjudgment motions; threshold appellate issues; standing to appeal; notices of appeal, separate appeal, and cross-appeal; stays and appeal bond; dismissal of appeals by the trial court; appeals from final judgments that do not dispose of an entire proceeding; interlocutory appeals of certain orders; interlocutory appeals as of right; interlocutory appeals of certified questions; interlocutory appeals in federal court; workers’ compensation appeals; family law and child custody appeals; preliminary conferences; expedited appeals; record on appeal; motion practice; appellate briefs; oral argument; the appendix; summary affirmance on appeal; petitions for rehearing; participation as amicus curiae; direct appeals; original actions in the Illinois Supreme Court; discretionary review and appeals as of right in the Illinois Supreme Court; certification of state law questions from the Seventh Circuit to the Illinois Supreme Court; issuance and effect of mandate; sanctions in the reviewing court; and costs on appeal.

General Editors:

Brad A. Elward, Attorney at Law,Washington
Michael A. Scodro, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

Chapter 1 — Introduction
Michael A. Scodro, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Preserving Error for Review in Illinois Trial Proceedings
Gretchen Harris Sperry, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Final Judgments
Brett E. Legner, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

Chapter 4 — Postjudgment Motions
Karen Kies DeGrand and Christina D. Ketcham, Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth LLC, Chicago

Chapter 5 — Threshold Appellate Issues: Whether To Review and Standards of Review
Nicole C. Berg, Keller Lenkner LLC, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Standing To Appeal
Nadine J. Wichern, Office of the Illinois Attorney General, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Notices of Appeal, Separate Appeal, and Cross-Appeal
Nadine J. Wichern, Office of the Illinois Attorney General, Chicag

Chapter 8 — Stays and Appeal Bonds
Brad A. Elward, Attorney at Law, Washington

Chapter 9 — Dismissal of Appeals by the Trial Court
Frank H. Bieszczat, Illinois Attorney General Office, Chicago

Chapter 10 — Appeals from Final Judgments That Do Not Dispose of an Entire Proceeding: Illinois Supreme Court Rule 304 and Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 54(b)g
William P. Hardy, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Springfield

Chapter 11 — Interlocutory Appeals of Certain Orders
Brett E. Legner, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

Chapter 12 — Interlocutory Appeals as of Right
Hon. Clare J. Quish, Circuit Court of Cook County, Chicago, and Patrick Dwyer, Dwyer & Coogan, P.C., Park Ridge

Chapter 13 — Interlocutory Appeals of Certified Questions
Patricia L. Hall, WilliamsMcCarthy LLP, Rockford

Chapter 14 — Interlocutory Appeals in Federal Court Under 28 U.S.C. §1292
Michael A. Scodro and Jed W. Glickstein, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

Chapter 15 — Workers’ Compensation Appeals
Brad A. Elward, Attorney at Law, Washington, andTracy L. Jones, Black & Jones, Rockford

Chapter 16 — Family Law and Child Custody Appeals
Elizabeth P. Butler, Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, Northbrook

Chapter 17 — Preliminary Conferences
Nadine J. Wichern, Office of the Illinois Attorney General, Chicago

Chapter 18 — Expedited Appeals
Brett E. Legner, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

Chapter 19 — Record on Appeal
Gretchen Harris Sperry, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Chicago

Chapter 20 — Motion Practice
Gretchen Harris Sperry, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Chicago

Chapter 21 — Appellate Briefs
Michael A. Scodro, Mayer Brown LLP,  Jennifer T. Beach, Jenner & Block LLP, and Kara Kapp, Cozen O’Connor,Chicago

Chapter 22 — Oral Argument
Michael A. Scodro and Elanie Liu, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

Chapter 23 — The Appendix
Gretchen Harris Sperry, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Chicago

Chapter 24 — Summary Affirmance on Appeal
Michael A. Scodro, Mayer Brown LLP, and Nicole C. Berg, Keller Lenkner LLC, Chicago

Chapter 25 — Petitions for Rehearing
Michael A. Scodro and Geoffrey M. Pipoly, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

Chapter 26 — Participation as Amicus Curiae
Michael A. Scodro, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

Chapter 27 — Direct Appeals
Stephen F. Pflaum and Andrew G. May, Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP, Chicago

Chapter 28 — Original Actions in the Illinois Supreme Court
Stephen F. Pflaum and Karl R. Barnickol, Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP, Chicago

Chapter 29 — Discretionary Review and Appeals as of Right in the Illinois Supreme Court
Michael A. Scodro, Mayer Brown LLP, and Jason F. Krigel, Office of the Illinois Attorney General, Chicago

Chapter 30 — Certification of State Law Questions from the Seventh Circuit to the Illinois Supreme Court
Michael A. Scodro and Geoffrey M. Pipoly, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

Chapter 31 — Issuance and Effect of Mandate
Brett E. Legner, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

Chapter 32 — Sanctions in the Reviewing Court
Brett E. Legner, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

Chapter 33 — Costs on Appeal
Patricia L. Hall, WilliamsMcCarthy LLP, Rockford

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      PRE-ORDER

      This handbook details the civil appeals procedure from start to finish with discussions on every aspect of the process. Topics include preserving error for review in Illinois trial proceedings; final judgments; postjudgment motions; threshold appellate issues; standing to appeal; notices of appeal, separate appeal, and cross-appeal; stays and appeal bond; dismissal of appeals by the trial court; appeals from final judgments that do not dispose of an entire proceeding; interlocutory appeals of certain orders; interlocutory appeals as of right; interlocutory appeals of certified questions; interlocutory appeals in federal court; workers’ compensation appeals; family law and child custody appeals; preliminary conferences; expedited appeals; record on appeal; motion practice; appellate briefs; oral argument; the appendix; summary affirmance on appeal; petitions for rehearing; participation as amicus curiae; direct appeals; original actions in the Illinois Supreme Court; discretionary review and appeals as of right in the Illinois Supreme Court; certification of state law questions from the Seventh Circuit to the Illinois Supreme Court; issuance and effect of mandate; sanctions in the reviewing court; and costs on appeal.

      General Editors:

      Brad A. Elward, Attorney at Law,Washington
      Michael A. Scodro, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 1 — Introduction
      Michael A. Scodro, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 2 — Preserving Error for Review in Illinois Trial Proceedings
      Gretchen Harris Sperry, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 3 — Final Judgments
      Brett E. Legner, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 4 — Postjudgment Motions
      Karen Kies DeGrand and Christina D. Ketcham, Donohue Brown Mathewson & Smyth LLC, Chicago

      Chapter 5 — Threshold Appellate Issues: Whether To Review and Standards of Review
      Nicole C. Berg, Keller Lenkner LLC, Chicago

      Chapter 6 — Standing To Appeal
      Nadine J. Wichern, Office of the Illinois Attorney General, Chicago

      Chapter 7 — Notices of Appeal, Separate Appeal, and Cross-Appeal
      Nadine J. Wichern, Office of the Illinois Attorney General, Chicag

      Chapter 8 — Stays and Appeal Bonds
      Brad A. Elward, Attorney at Law, Washington

      Chapter 9 — Dismissal of Appeals by the Trial Court
      Frank H. Bieszczat, Illinois Attorney General Office, Chicago

      Chapter 10 — Appeals from Final Judgments That Do Not Dispose of an Entire Proceeding: Illinois Supreme Court Rule 304 and Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 54(b)g
      William P. Hardy, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Springfield

      Chapter 11 — Interlocutory Appeals of Certain Orders
      Brett E. Legner, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 12 — Interlocutory Appeals as of Right
      Hon. Clare J. Quish, Circuit Court of Cook County, Chicago, and Patrick Dwyer, Dwyer & Coogan, P.C., Park Ridge

      Chapter 13 — Interlocutory Appeals of Certified Questions
      Patricia L. Hall, WilliamsMcCarthy LLP, Rockford

      Chapter 14 — Interlocutory Appeals in Federal Court Under 28 U.S.C. §1292
      Michael A. Scodro and Jed W. Glickstein, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 15 — Workers’ Compensation Appeals
      Brad A. Elward, Attorney at Law, Washington, andTracy L. Jones, Black & Jones, Rockford

      Chapter 16 — Family Law and Child Custody Appeals
      Elizabeth P. Butler, Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, Northbrook

      Chapter 17 — Preliminary Conferences
      Nadine J. Wichern, Office of the Illinois Attorney General, Chicago

      Chapter 18 — Expedited Appeals
      Brett E. Legner, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 19 — Record on Appeal
      Gretchen Harris Sperry, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 20 — Motion Practice
      Gretchen Harris Sperry, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 21 — Appellate Briefs
      Michael A. Scodro, Mayer Brown LLP,  Jennifer T. Beach, Jenner & Block LLP, and Kara Kapp, Cozen O’Connor,Chicago

      Chapter 22 — Oral Argument
      Michael A. Scodro and Elanie Liu, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 23 — The Appendix
      Gretchen Harris Sperry, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 24 — Summary Affirmance on Appeal
      Michael A. Scodro, Mayer Brown LLP, and Nicole C. Berg, Keller Lenkner LLC, Chicago

      Chapter 25 — Petitions for Rehearing
      Michael A. Scodro and Geoffrey M. Pipoly, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 26 — Participation as Amicus Curiae
      Michael A. Scodro, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 27 — Direct Appeals
      Stephen F. Pflaum and Andrew G. May, Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 28 — Original Actions in the Illinois Supreme Court
      Stephen F. Pflaum and Karl R. Barnickol, Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 29 — Discretionary Review and Appeals as of Right in the Illinois Supreme Court
      Michael A. Scodro, Mayer Brown LLP, and Jason F. Krigel, Office of the Illinois Attorney General, Chicago

      Chapter 30 — Certification of State Law Questions from the Seventh Circuit to the Illinois Supreme Court
      Michael A. Scodro and Geoffrey M. Pipoly, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 31 — Issuance and Effect of Mandate
      Brett E. Legner, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 32 — Sanctions in the Reviewing Court
      Brett E. Legner, Mayer Brown LLP, Chicago

      Chapter 33 — Costs on Appeal
      Patricia L. Hall, WilliamsMcCarthy LLP, Rockford

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