The Law Offices of Weinbaum P.A. represents companies, executives and officers in business law appeals throughout Florida. Business law appeals consist of either appeals of final orders or non-final orders. Final orders generally come at the end of a case, when the court has resolved all issues between the parties. Final orders must be appealed within 30 days of their rendition. See Fla. R. App. P. 9.110(b). Rendition generally occurs when a written order is signed and filed with the clerk of the lower court. See Fla. R. App. P. 9.020(i). Non-final orders are all orders not constituting final orders. Only a few non-final orders are appealable and Fla. R. App. P. 9.130 defines them all. Non-final orders must be appealed within 30 days of their rendition. See Fla. R. App. P. 9.130(b).
The founder of Weinbaum P.A., Ms. Weinbaum has worked on business law appeals in the Florida appellate courts. Ms. Weinbaum is also a former law clerk and a former litigation attorney. It is important to get an experienced appellate attorney who knows the appellate rules of procedure, knows the rules of civil procedure, has handled business law appeals before the Florida appellate courts, can craft top-quality briefs and present persuasive oral arguments.
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