If you didn't get the result you were looking for in the trial phase of your case, you may want to appeal the trial court's decision.  Conversely, if you are happy with the result you achieved at trial, your adversary might not be and might appeal the decision.  Either way, you will probably want to hire an appellate attorney to handle your case.  And that's where we come in.

Some have called appellate advocacy the purest form of lawyering because it is so focused on discrete legal issues, the trial court having already taken care of all the preliminary work.  We don't know if they are the purest, but they are exciting and take a relatively predictable amount of time, so for that reason, we are usually willing to do them on a flat-fee basis.