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SUPREME COURT LITIGATION

Knowledgeable counsel to take your appeal to the next level

Our attorneys have a vested commitment to see justice upheld, which is why we keep abreast of litigation trends and ever-changing case law to mount the strongest possible appeal in your case. Drawing upon more than two decades of appellate advocacy, we can spot legal issues that are appropriate for consideration by the highest courts in the state and federal legal system. Whether you wish to affirm or reverse a decision, our diligent research and knowledge of federal and state case law can maximize your chances for obtaining the result you seek.

United States Supreme Court

Our attorneys have taken the following cases to the United States Supreme Court:

Anderson Law Offices, et al., Petitioners v. Common Benefit Fee and Cost Committee, Case No. 19-791.

Jaonte Hairston, Petitioner v. Ohio, et al., Case No. 19-327.

Rachel Haas, Carol Haas, and Richard Haas, Petitioners v. Quest Recovery Services, Inc., et al., Case No. 06-263.

Supreme Court of Ohio

Our attorneys have significant experience appealing cases to the Supreme Court of Ohio. We file more than one dozen briefs in the state’s High Court on a yearly basis. Please see our Decision List for a sample of the cases that we have successfully taken there.

For all of these matters, you can rely on advice from an established appellate attorney. Our firm’s principal attorney is AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®, a recognition of his legal ability and ethics based on evaluations from fellow lawyers who know his work.

Contact an experienced Cleveland appellate attorney for a free initial consultation

If you have questions about an adverse trial decision or are faced with a challenge to a case you’ve won, call Paul W. Flowers, at 216-344-9393 or contact him online for a free consultation at our Cleveland office. We are happy to explain the relevant issues in your case and discuss your options for appeal.