Taking Your Case One Step Further: My Appellate Practice

A litigated verdict, when it means a substantial loss or threat to your business, does not always have to be the final word for your case. I am attorney Brett M. Weaver and I frequently represent business clients in appellate court. My interest in appellate motions began in law school, and has extended through my days working for large law firms until the present day.

I have been selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers in San Diego from 2013 to 2018, and my current law practice, Brett Weaver/[email protected], offers clients access to my skills as an appellate attorney at an affordable rate. I am committed to taking your case as far as it needs to go in terms of appeals to achieve a positive outcome for your company.

I Understand What It Takes To Appeal Your Case And Win

A qualified practitioner of appellate law needs extra skills — including writing briefs/opinions and developing successful legal strategies — on top of a set of strong basic litigation skills. I have structured my firm so that I can focus on representing the needs of your business in your appeal in an assertive manner, and so that I am free to construct a compelling, creative brief that will provide your company with the greatest likelihood of success.

During my years as an appellate lawyer, I have written more than a dozen opinions that resulted in an appeal for my client, two of which that have been published. I have argued before courts of appeal in California, Arizona and Washington state, as well as before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. I have represented clients in appellate cases that have included challenging a SLAPP (Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation) and debt collection matters, as well as other business litigation situations.

Start Your Appeal Today

Many litigated verdicts can be challenged. Contact my office in San Diego to set up a free initial consultation and discover your post-verdict options. Call 619-3007890 or use my online contact form to get in touch.