Appellate Law

Bramnick Creed handles appellate law matters for clients in all regional state and federal appellate courts and in virtually every civil practice area.

Appeals differ significantly from trial practice. Appellate practice requires unique skills and an in-depth knowledge of the appellate process. The attorneys of Bramnick Creed have a deep understanding of the appellate courts and what it takes to win on appeal.

Experience counts when it comes to having the best chance of success on appeal. Our attorneys have a track record of success in the appellate courts. We handle appeals in state and federal appellate courts, including the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit; U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit; D.C. Court of Appeals; Maryland Court of Appeals; and Maryland Court of Special Appeals.

Bramnick Creed handles appeals in a wide variety of civil practice areas, including:

  • Administrative Law;
  • Business and Commercial Matters;
  • Construction Litigation;
  • Employment Law;
  • Family Law;
  • Medical Malpractice;
  • Personal Injury;
  • Professional Licensing and Discipline;
  • Real Estate Matters.

Because of our experience and strong reputation in the appellate courts, Bramnick Creed receives referrals from other trial lawyers and firms seeking to overturn an adverse trial court judgment or defend a favorable verdict on appeal. We also co-counsel with other lawyers and firms to help them succeed on appeal. We utilize a variety of fee arrangements to effectively and efficiently litigate appellate cases.

SELECT APPELLATE CASES

Civil Procedure and Discovery. County Council of Prince George’s County v. Zimmer Development Co. (Md. App. 2018) (upholding a subpoena for the deposition of a former elected official).

Corporate and Nonprofit Law. Jackson v. George (D.C. 2016) (affirming verdict for church members who challenged actions by improperly-elected board of trustees).

Estate Litigation. Paige v. McCorkle (Md. App. 2020) (affirming a judgment in favor of the beneficiary of life insurance policies and a joint bank account holder with her longtime partner who died intestate).

Medical Malpractice. Women First OB/GYN Assocs., LLC v. Harris (Md. App. 2017) (affirming plaintiff’s verdict in medical malpractice case).

Real Estate. Fidelity First Home Mortgage Co. v. Williams (Md. App. 2012) (affirming verdict against a mortgage broker whose agent perpetrated a fraudulent foreclosure rescue scam).

For more information about Bramnick Creed’s appellate practice or for a consultation, contact Joe Creed at (301) 760-3344 or JCreed@BramnickCreed.com.