Bashian & Farber is pleased to announce that Andrew Frisenda, a Senior Associate and Appellate practitioner, was a featured lecturer at the Westchester County Bar Association Appellate Practice Committee’s recent Continuing Legal Education seminar, “Appeals: What’s it all About?”
Held at Pace Law School, the event included several speakers who practice in both the State and Federal Appellate Courts. Mr. Frisenda spoke at length about Motion practice at the Appellate level, focusing on both practical and procedural considerations when before the Court. Andrew has practiced extensively in the Appellate Division, Second Department, the Appellate Court for Westchester, Dutchess, Orange, Rockland, Putnam, Richmond, Kings, Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk counties, and was recently involved in Motion practice before the New York State Court of Appeals which is New York State’s highest judicial authority.
This lecture was the first in a series hosted by the Westchester County Bar Association Appellate Practice Committee regarding Appellate practice, offering guidance to the Westchester legal community about this unique—and often complex—area of the law. Please contact Mr. Frisenda if you have any questions about this Continuing Legal Education series or Appellate practice in general.