In many situations litigation comes to an end when a trial court enters a judgment. However, in
certain situations, a non-prevailing party may benefit by seeking appellate review. Appellate
review differs from a trial on the merits. At trial the opposing parties present their evidence and a judge determines the outcome. By contrast, appellate review is a process during which a
determination is made as to whether an error was committed during the trial that would be
grounds to reverse the trial court’s decision.
Troy W. Klein is an experienced and accomplished lawyer with experience with a multitude of
appeals. Troy’s ability to construct persuasive positions, research supporting legal authorities,
and write cogent and effective appellate briefs on a variety of legal issues makes him well suited to handle appellate matters, even in situations that Troy did not handle at the trial level.