Appellate Practice

We are uniquely positioned to offer our clients a level of skill that can only be gained through a complete understanding of the appellate process.

Imagine the following scenario: you’ve just spent several years litigating a disputed matter against an opposing party and you’ve finally won. Hours of your time and attention (and money) have been expended in dealing with this issue for a favorable outcome. Then, just when you thought it was all behind you, your attorney calls: “We received a Notice Appeal from the other side.”

If you’re stuck in an appeal or need to seek correction of a faulty decision in your case, you’re going to require counsel experienced in litigating appeals-preferably having real-world experience with the process from the other side of the Appellate bench. It is in this circumstance that Eisenhower Carlson maintains a unique position in the market of appellate counsel. With over one third of our attorneys having received training in judicial clerkships with the Federal Courts and State Courts of Appeal and State Supreme Court, prior to launching their careers with us.

If you’re interested in how and why this type of experience plays an integral role in your outcome, take a moment to read this article from US News & World Report entitled: ““Which Law Schools Get The Most Judicial Clerkship Jobs?”“:

If the Judges deciding your case trusted our lawyers to work for them, you can too.

As a trade organization, we rely on Eisenhower & Carlson to make sure we don't violate the antitrust laws when our members meet. When some were sued recently, the firm provided practical, easy-to-understand advice.
Dennis Hardman, President and CEO


Eisenhower attorneys pursue cost-effective means of speedy resolution, including informal negotiation, mediation, and arbitration. If litigation proves unavoidable, we have the years of experience to see the case through to resolution. Our attorneys have proudly represented clients in matters in state and federal court and before various state and federal agencies.

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