Proposed Changes to FRAP 3 Face Rare Pushback From Judiciary

Jun 1, 2020 | Litigation

Shareholder Daniel Thies has published an article in the June 2020 Illinois State Bar Association Federal Civil Practice Section Newsletter. The article reviews the discussion generated by proposed changes to the Federal Rule of Appellate Procedure (“FRAP”) 3.

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