Can i see examples of the firm's work product?
We are proud of the reputation we have earned, but reputations
do not win cases. Appeals are mainly decided based on the written
briefs filed by the attorneys and occasionally by the attorneys'
handling of oral argument before the appellate court. While
appellate judges decide cases based on the law and facts of each
case and not on the reputation or quality of the lawyers, having an
experienced and credible advocate who can clearly and persuasively
advocate your position on appeal will maximize the chances of
To judge the quality of our work product for yourself, click the
links below to see some of our briefs and watch our attorneys in
action during oral argument.
Examples of briefs and oral arguments by Rebecca Creed
Examples of briefs and oral arguments by Bryan Gowdy
Sample Oral Arguments
Jean Charles Jr., etc., et al., v. Southern Baptist Hospital of Florida, Inc., etc., et al., in the Supreme Court of Florida (10/05/2016)
Shaun Lesnik v. Duval Ford, LLC, a Florida corp. et al. in the Florida First District Court of Appeal (11/12/15)
Eileen Hernandez, M.D., et al., v. Lualhati Crespo, et al. in the Supreme Court of Florida (10/7/15)
Graham v. Florida Transcript in the Supreme Court of the United States (11/9/2009)
Graham v. Florida Audio in the Supreme Court of the United States (11/9/2009)
Examples of briefs and oral arguments by Meredith Ross
Examples of briefs and oral arguments by Gray Thomas
Examples of briefs and oral arguments by Thomas Burns