Appellate Law
 
 
 
 
 

May 2002, Volume 81, No. 5



Introduction
by Mary Massaron Ross


Positional Conflicts: Is it ethical to simultaneously represent clients with opposing legal positions?
by Noreen L. Slank


Be Careful What You Ask For: Navigating a remand after you've won the appeal
by Brendan Beery


On the Web: Internet resources for Michigan appellate lawyers
by Barbara H. Goldman


Striking Nonrecord Evidence: When a party to an appeal refers to new documents or testimony in a brief, the appropriate response is a motion to strike
by John Bursch


On the Fast Track: Speed the processing of applications for leave to appeal to the Michigan Court of Appeals by avoiding common submission errors
by District Commissioners and Assistant Clerks of the Michigan Court of Appeals

 

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied: Court of appeals backlog
by Bruce W. Neckers


Statistics on the Court of Appeals Backlog


Tidbits
by John T. Berry


New Law Provides Brief Window of Amnesty from Michigan Tax Penalties
by Stephen J. Dunn


Earth Material as Evidence: Forensic geologists uncover evidence in soil and water
by Robert A. Hayes, CPG


Taking Socrates' Pulse: Does the Socratic method have continuing vitality in 2002?
by Patricia Mell


Off the Record--Michigan's Ex Parte Law Needs Reform: Two readers respond to a January Bar Journal article on command influence


The Extraordinary Life and Career of Otis Smith
by Michigan Supreme Court Justice Marilyn Kelly

 
     

 

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