APPEALS

A case does not necessarily end when the trial court issues its judgment.  We will provide you with an honest assessment of your appellate case and will always place your interests first.

 

We at Dugo Law have years of experience handling all aspects of the appellate process in Connecticut, including appeals to the Connecticut Appellate and Supreme Courts.  We take pride in our involvement with several of the preeminent cases that have come out of the Connecticut Appellate and Supreme Courts in recent years.

We understand the time and expense that goes into an appeal.  We will provide you with our assessment of your appellate case, always placing your interests first.

The following is a list of notable cases where we have been involved:

  • Powers v. Hiranandani, 197 Conn.App. 384 (2020) 

  • Lederle v. Spivey, 332 Conn. 837 (2019) 

  • Laborne v. Laborne, 189 Conn.App. 353 (2019) 

  • Wolyniec v. Wolyniec, 188 Conn.App. 53 (2019) 

  • Forgione v. Forgione, 186 Conn.App. 525 (2018) 

  • Forgione v. Forgione, 328 Conn. 922 (2018) 

  • Spencer v. Spencer, 177 Conn.App. 504 (2017), cert. granted, 328 Conn. 903 (2018) 

  • Forgione v. Forgione¸162 Conn.App. 1 (2015), cert. granted, 328 Conn. 922 (2018) 

  • Lederle v. Spivey, 174 Conn.App. 592, cert. granted, 327 Conn. 954 (2017) 

  • Nuzzi v. Nuzzi, 164 Conn.App. 751, cert. granted, 323 Conn. 902 (2016) 

  • Gabriel v. Gabriel, 324 Conn. 324 (2016) 

  • Baker v. Whitnum-Baker, 163 Conn.App. 903, cert. denied, 321 Conn. 926 (2016) 

  • Baker v. Whitnum-Baker, 161 Conn.App. 227 (2015), cert. denied, 321 Conn. 922 (2016) 

  • Schneider v. Schneider, 161 Conn.App. 538 (2015) 

  • McGuinness v. McGuinness, 155 Conn.App. 273 (2015) 

  • Keller v. Keller, 158 Conn.App. 538 (2015) 

  • Lederle v. Spivey, 151 Conn.App. 813, cert. denied, 314 Conn. 932 (2014) 

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