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CLE: Appeal - Common Appeal Issues, Preserving Issues for Appeal, and Other Appellate Considerations

CLE: Appeal - Common Appeal Issues, Preserving Issues for Appeal, and Other Appellate Considerations

March 25, 2014 - March 25, 2014

Date: Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Time: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Speaker:  Matt Leerberg, Partner in the Raleigh Office.

This hour-long presentation will involve a discussion on strategies, approaches, and best practices concerning various mid-trial matters, including trial motions, and preserving matters for appeal.

Continuing Education Credit (CLE) will be applied for in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.


Live (in person):
Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP
Two Hanover Square
Suite 2800
Raleigh, NC 27601
Live (video conference):
Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP
1180 W. Peachtree St. NW
Suite 2300
Atlanta, GA 30309-3482
Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP
101 N. Tryon St.
Suite 1300
Charlotte, NC 28246
Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP
25 Calhoun Street
Suite 250
Charleston, SC 29401
Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP
300 N. Greene Street
Suite 1400
Greensboro, NC 27401
Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP
Suite 1100
2 West Washington Street
Greenville, SC 29601
Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP
300 North Third Street
Suite 301
Wilmington, NC 28401


Cost: $0.00

CLE Credit: 1.0 Hours of general CLE credit (approval pending for CLE credit in North Carolina, Georgia, and South Carolina)

Please feel free to bring your own lunch!

Please RSVP to Bobbie Merida by email at or telephone at (704) 384-2636 no later than March 24, 2014.  When responding, please include your State Bar number(s), phone number and e-mail address.

Matthew Nis Leerberg
T (919) 755-8759
F (919) 838-3132
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