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Although we endeavor to finally resolve your dispute through settlement or trial at the lower court level, when there is a significant issue one party believes to have been wrongly decided, an appeal may be necessary.  In New York Supreme Court, parties can appeal final judgments, as well as any non-final orders (referred to as an interlocutory appeal). 


Andrew T. Coyle has been involved in either the drafting of appellate briefs or the oral argument for numerous appeals, including:


·         Matter of Adriana K. v Grzegorz K., 215 A.D.3d 490 (1st Dep't 2023)

          Onondaga Cnty. Dep't of Children & Family Servs. v. Natasha W. (In re Silas W.), 207 A.D.3d 1234 (4th Dep’t 2022)

          L.I. City Ventures LLC v. Sismanoglou, 158 A.D.3d 567 (1st Dep’t 2018)

·         Melvin v. Melvin, 154 A.D.3d 596 (1st Dep’t 2017)

·         Dudhia v. Agarwal, 183 AD3d 537 (1st Dep’t 2020)

·         Warshaw v. Warshaw, 173 A.D.3d 582 (1st Dep’t 2019)

·         Bradley v. Bakal, 180 A.D.3d 443 (1st Dep’t 2020)

·         Kelly G. v. Circe H., 178 A.D.3d 533 (1st Dep’t 2019)


Given Andrew’s considerable experience with appellate practice, we are confident that he can provide guidance on whether to pursue an appeal, and provide effective advocacy before the Appellate Division either prosecuting or defending an appeal.


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