Practice Area

Appellate Litigation

Overview

With a dedicated team focused on appellate litigation, our Appellate Litigation practice group represents individuals and businesses in all types of appeals, including corporate, family law, estates, torts, healthcare, contracts, and administrative cases. Our approach combines solid research, creative thinking, and strong written and oral advocacy to create compelling arguments to best position your case for success in the appellate courts.

Our team consists of experienced appellate litigators including North Carolina State Bar Board Certified Specialists in Appellate Practice and former North Carolina Court of Appeals Judge K. Edward Greene who founded the Wyrick Robbins Appellate Litigation practice group. Judge Greene served as a trial judge in North Carolina District Court for 8 years and as an appellate judge on the North Carolina Court of Appeals for 16 years, retiring as that Court’s Senior Associate Judge.

Utilizing a team approach to maximize effectiveness and efficiency, the Appellate Litigation practice group provides full-service appellate litigation, including:

  • appellate representation from notice of appeal through the highest state and federal appellate courts, including appeals from administrative agencies to the trial courts;
  • trial-level appearances to prosecute or defend post-trial motions to enforce judgments pending appeal and to assist in the application of appellate rulings after appeal;
  • collaboration with trial counsel on preserving issues for appellate review during trial and on appellate strategy during an appeal; and
  • settlement negotiations after entry of judgment and during appeal, including appellate court mediation.

To discuss our Appellate Litigation expertise and services, please contact Blakely Kiefer at 919.865.1104 or bkiefer@wyrick.com.

Meet Our Team

Responsive, committed, client-centric relationships. We believe great people attract great clients and great clients attract great people.

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