Modifying Appellate Division and concluding that outstanding financial obligations in a settlement agreement is not tantamount to the death benefit of life insurance that the decedent failed to maintain.
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Prepared to Take on Complex and Sophisticated AppealsAt Einhorn Barbarito, we are not afraid to raise legal issues that were not previously addressed by the New Jersey Appellate Division or the Supreme Court. We have a reputation for being experienced litigators who are well equipped to handle sophisticated appeals across all subject areas. Regardless of which party originates the case, our attorneys work as a team, discussing and exploring the case from every angle to assure that the entirety of the argument is raised on appeal. We also collaborate throughout the course of the writing process to produce the best product possible for our clients. On an appeal, there tends to be less client contact because appellate judges rely on the record created at the trial court level - no “new” information can be added to an appeal brief. There is no oral argument on motions at the appellate level nor is there any testimony taken from litigants. Prior to filing the brief (written legal argument), we share the document with the client for his or her comments. Our attorneys also reach out to our clients when preparing to argue the appeal to ascertain what points they believe should be accentuated. We aim to keep our clients fully apprised at every point in the appellate process and will do everything within our power to get a win for them.
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