Lerners’ Appeals Newsletter for June includes five fascinating and important ONCA decisions. They all involve appeals that were allowed.
The cases cover the vexing question of when a sealing order can be granted in a notorious case (rarely); “boomerang” and partial summary judgments (almost never); pleadings amendment as a new cause of action (maybe yes, maybe no); and use of a frozen embryo by one spouse after the parties split (it’s complicated).
Carolyn Brandow’s Top Five will help you climb down from Raptors fever with some excellent alternatives and suggestions for summer fun. Take her advice!
Editor and Chair, Lerners Appellate Advocacy Group