Los Angeles Attorney: Appeals, Writs, Complex Motion Practice, and Appellate Mediation


There are some circumstances when a lawyer has no choice other than to learn on the job. But the California Supreme Court and other appellate courts are neither the place nor time to wing it.  Nor should you guess when determining whether a writ petition or an appeal is the correct vehicle to challenge a trial court order.

Likewise, in certain disputes, the viability of an entire lawsuit, cause of action, or defense depends on threshold legal issues, and it would wise to make sure that you have the law exactly right before deciding whether and how the litigation moves forward. And there are times when a well-crafted dispositive motion (or opposition) would benefit from a lawyer driven to make every word count.

For 20 years Lara has helped clients when they are facing legal issues and have to get it exactly right.

Lara’s practice focuses on four areas:  Civil appeals and writs in California and federal courts, complex motion practicepre-litigation counseling, and appellate mediation.

To find out how Lara may be able to help you and your clients when any of these issues arise, contact her at (310) 975-8513 or at LKrieger@LaraKriegerLaw.com.


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