Mandamuses and Interlocutory Appeals
Aug 16, 2022
In Texas litigation, a frequent question is whether a party is able to seek relief in the courts of appeals regarding a trial court’s interlocutory orders. This presentation will provide an understanding of when mandamus relief and interlocutory appeals are (and are not) available, the procedure and timing for filing petitions, when to seek partial or complete stays, and the costs associated with seeking such relief.
Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of why mandamus relief should not be sought for every improper ruling, when it is advantageous or necessary to seek mandamus relief or file interlocutory appeals, and what the risks are of seeking such relief.
This course benefits clients, insurance adjusters, and attorneys who make strategic decisions during litigation and want to understand how to better utilize petitions for writ of mandamus and interlocutory appeals.
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