Appeals require an appellate advocate to understand and follow a series of rules and procedures. But when an appeal is from a decision or order rendered by a bankruptcy court, there is another layer of complexity to understand and consider, including a unique set of procedural rules specific to bankruptcy appeals. There are important differences between bankruptcy appeals and appeals in other courts: only certain orders of a bankruptcy court can be appealed. Further, the procedural rules and process for appealing a bankruptcy court order is different from the process for appealing a district court’s order to a court of appeals.
Our bankruptcy team has developed a specialized niche for handling appeals of bankruptcy court opinions and orders. Our team is intimately familiar with the procedural rules applicable to bankruptcy appeals. We handle appeals of bankruptcy court orders and decisions entered throughout the bankruptcy process, including decisions in contested matters and adversary proceedings. Our team offers a unique combination of bankruptcy expertise and strong appellate advocacy that we employ for the benefit of our clients in connection with bankruptcy litigation matters and related appeals.