Appellate Practice

Appellate

Holden and Montejano recognizes that, over the years, the practice of law has changed a great deal. Matters are now tried to a jury less frequently and less emphasis is placed on quality research, writing, and appellate practice. Our firm has a team of attorneys that concentrate their efforts on appeals in both Oklahoma and Texas state and federal courts through interlocutory pretrial appeals, writs of prohibition, and mandamus, as well as appeals of both our own trial work and the trials of other firms referred to us by their lawyers.

Our appellate attorneys have represented clients, prepared briefs, presented oral arguments, and generally handled appellate work in:

Our firm has extensive experience handling appeals in a broad range of matters including medical malpractice claims, insurance coverage, tort liability, civil and governmental liability including First Amendment protections, product liability, errors and omissions as well as a host of evidentiary and trial practice issues arising in our firm’s litigation and those matters referred to us, post-trial, by other attorneys.

Our firm strives to remain current and up to date, not only on Oklahoma and Texas case law, but also that of Arkansas, Kansas, and Missouri, as well as changes to statutory landscapes and upcoming legislative bills. We take pride in representing our clients not only in the courtroom before the jury but also with a firm foundation of research, writing, and successful appellate work.

Appellate Practice Leadership

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Don W. Danz, Chairman of Appellate Practice