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Illinois Civil Appeals : State And Federal (2015)


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Published: Springfield, IL : Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 2015 ©2015
Edition:  2015 edition
Description:  1 volume (various pagings) : forms ; 26 cm
Language:  English

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Introduction Preserving error for review in Illinois trial proceedings Final Judgments Postjudgment motions Threshold appellate issues: whether to review and standards of review Standing to appeal Evaluation of the case for appeal Notices of appeal, separate appeal, and cross-appeal Stays and appeal bonds Dismissal of appeals by the trial court Appeals form final judgments that do not dispose of an entire proceeding: Illinois supreme court rule 304 and federal rule of civil procedure 54 (b) 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 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 Costs on appeal

Michael A. Scodro -- Stacy E. Crabtree and Brad A. Elward -- Craig L. Unrath -- Barry Levenstam and Sabrina N. Guenther -- Barry Levenstam and Nicole C. Berg -- Nadine J. Wichern -- Karen Kies DeGrand -- Nadine J. Wichern -- Brad A. Elward and Brian M. Smith -- Barry Levenstam -- William P. Hardy -- Brad A. Elward and Emily Perkins -- Clare J. Quish -- Brad A. Elward -- Michael A. Scodro and Brij B. Patnaik -- Brad A. Elward -- Elizabeth P. Butler -- Nadine J. Wichern -- Brett E. Legner -- Gretchen Harris Sperry -- Brad A. Elward -- Michael A. Scodro, Jennifer T. Beach, and Kara Kapp -- Michael A. Scodro and Laura C. Bishop -- Gretchen Harris Sperry -- Michael A. Scodro and Nicole C. Berg -- Michael A. Scodro and Sarah A. Palmer -- Michael A. Scodro -- Brad A. Elward -- Brad A. Elward -- Michael A. Scodro and Jason F. Krigel -- Michael A. Scodro and Jonny A. Zajac -- Brett E. Legner -- Natalie Thompson -- Natalie Thompson

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Additional Credits:
Edward, Brad A
Scodro, Michael A
Beach, Jennifer T
Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education.

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