Bankruptcy appeals can be a procedurally complex area of the law. Unlike nonbankruptcy litigation, there is a great variety of orders in bankruptcy cases that may be subject to immediate appeal. There may also be a choice of appellate forum. Further, in many cases, appellate rights may be lost not just by failure to appeal within the appropriate time, but also by failure to take action to prevent an appeal from being dismissed as moot, which can happen with financing or sale orders. The firm has extensive and successful experience with appeals to the bankruptcy appellate panels, federal district courts, and federal circuit courts of appeal.
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