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  • Description

    The proper preservation of trial arguments and objections are critical in order for appellate courts to consider appellate review.

    This CLE course will explain the statutes requiring certain objections to be made at specific times as well as present case law which explains the risks involved in failing to challenge rulings, testimony, court actions, attorney and judicial conduct, verdict sheets and jury instructions in accordance with the prescribed process and within the correct time frame.

  • Instructor Bio

    Tracy Frankel

    Tracy Frankel has practiced law for 21 years and concentrates in the area of appellate advocacy. She has achieved successful appellate decisions in various appellate departments in the State of New York and in the State of New Jersey. She has appeared before the New York State Court of Appeals. Prior to solely focusing her career on appellate advocacy, she practiced as a defense litigator in areas including medical and professional malpractice, labor law/construction, personal injury, property damage, premises liability and insurance coverage, among others.

    In 2016 Hofstra Law School’s Center for Families, Children and the Law, selected Tracy Frankel for their inaugural Long Island Outstanding Women In Law Award. She has also been selected to the New York Metro Area’s Super Lawyer list since 2015 for her appellate work.