Practice Areas

Appellate Litigation

Shipkevich PLLC has significant experience handling appellate litigation for numerous high-stake appearances. Our teams of attorneys have successfully litigated appeals throughout the nation in state appellate courts and federal court of appeals. We have represented a myriad of clients in appellate courts for a variety of leading cases not limited to bankruptcy, banking law, class actions, antitrust, copyright, and consumer finance. Our appellate attorneys and litigators are seasoned experts in building credibility with the courts and tactfully analyze every angle to argue victories for our clients. Each appeal the firm handles is rigorously examined to find the most efficient angle of approach for tenacious advocacy. Our talented team of appellate practitioners and litigators provide trial counsel to present the best possible case on appeal and secure victories for our clients.

Effective appellate litigation not only requires extensive experience and insightful perspectives but also commitment to our clients in understanding their unique position in any case. We provide a clear strategy in the most complex cases to devise persuasive arguments and briefs for landmark cases. Successful litigation requires every issue to be examined with a fresh and original perspective to dominate all stages of a case, from preparing motions and pre-trial rulings to handling post-verdict motions and post-trial strategies. Shipkevich appellate practitioners have supervised and argued appeals with prowess and creativity to offer a cost-effective approach for legal disputes of every nature. Our firm regularly commands cases in federal and state appellate courts in New York, Maryland, and the District of Columbia expanding our knowledge of the courts and perfecting litigation strategies and that ensure victory for our clients.

We have appeared before appellate court jurisdiction in countless substantial areas including:

  • Bankruptcy
  • Class Actions
  • professional liability
  • Antitrust
  • Banking law
  • Costumer Finance
  • Federal preemption
  • regulation and tax
  • communications
  • Administrative law
  • Intellectual property
  • Products liability and mass torts