Connecticut Appellate Practice & Procedure

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3rd edition integrates & updates all significant changes in statutes, case law, rules & procedure since the Connecticut appellate courts reviewed all appellate rules & adopted major revisions in 1996.
Connecticut Appellate Practice is authored by Judge Eliot D. Prescott, who was appointed to the Connecticut Appellate Court by Governor Malloy in 2014.
 
The book is 760 pages of text and included ten chapters with a detailed Table of Contents as well as a comprehensive Index and Table of Cases at the back of the book referenced by section number. 
 
Last updated in 2019, this new edition includes new discussion of: rules relating to the exercise of supervisory powers over an appeal, procedures relating to planning and zoning matters and cases arising under the inland wetland and watercourses act, and recent development of final judgment jurisprudence. This book also includes six tables of authority, including cases, statutes and practice book sections. Chapters include:
 
CONNECTICUT'S APPELLATE COURT SYSTEM
 
APPEALABILITY: RIGHT TO APPELLATE REVIEW
 
REVIEWABILITY: MATTERS SUBJECT TO REVIEW
 
TAKING THE APPEAL
 
PERFECTING THE APPEAL
 
MOTIONS AND OTHER PROCEDURES
 
REVIEW BY WAY OF CERTIFICATION
 
DISPOSITION OF THE APPEAL
 
SPECIALIZED PROCEDURES
 
ORIGINAL PROCEEDINGS IN THE SUPREME COURT
 
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SKU QBKAPP6
Division Name Connecticut Law Tribune
Volumes 1
Product Types Books
Brand The Connecticut Law Tribune
Publication Date July 31, 2019
Jurisdiction Connecticut
ISBN 978-1-62881-601-3
Page Count 760
Edition 6
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Colin C. Tait
Colin Tait is an Oliver Ellsworth Research Professor of Law and the Zephaniah Swift Professor Law, Emeritus, at the University of Connecticut School of Law. He received his law degree from Yale Law School in 1959 where he was on the Yale Law Journal and a member of the; Order of the Coif. He is a member of the state and federal bars. He was in private practice with the law firm of Robinson & Cole in Hartford, Conn., from 1959-1966, and in 1966 he joined the faculty at the University of Connecticut School of Law. He served as Associate Dean from 1975 to 1977, and was a Visiting Lecturer at Yale Law School in 1973 and 1979. In 1995, he received the University of Connecticut Law Review Award: For Excellence in Legal Scholarship and Service to the Legal Community (1995). He is a member of the Advisory Committee on Connecticut Appellate Rules, the Oversight Committee on the Connecticut Code of Evidence, and the Connecticut Law Revision Commission . In addition to Connecticut Appellate Practice and Procedure, he is the author of Tait, Tait's Handbook of Connecticut Evidence (3d ed. 2001), and Hazard, Tait & Fletcher, Cases on Pleading and Procedure, State and Federal (8th ed.1999)
Eliot D. Prescott
Assistant Attorney General Eliot Prescott graduated in May of 1992 with high honors from the University of Connecticut School of Law. He was admitted to the bar in November of 1992. Upon his graduation, he clerked for state Supreme Court justice David M. Borden from 1992 to 1993. He then spent a year as an associate at Fulbright Jaworski, LLP in Washington, D.C. He joined the Attorney General's Office in 1994 where he spent three years in the Environment Department. In 1998, he transferred to the Special Litigation Department where he served for three years before he was promoted to Department Head. He is one of the youngest department heads in the office. He supervises 13 lawyers, one accountant, two paralegals and four secretaries.In his short time as a member of the bar, he has argued more than 20 appeals in the Connecticut Supreme Court, Appellate Court and Second Circuit. He is admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court. He has been on the front-line of many important state cases. He played a substantial role in the state's important and significant litigation against the tobacco industry. He represents the Ethics Commission and other agencies in various matters relating to the Paul Silvester Treasurer scandal and the finders' fees investigation. He served as the Hearing Officer for the administrative proceedings conducted by the Attorney General for the first-ever conversion of a non-profit hospital to for-profit status (Sharon Hospital).Prescott is also an adjunct professor at UConn Law Schoo,l teaching Administrative Law. He is a co-author with Colin C. Tait of Connecticut Appellate Practice and Procedure, 3rd Ed,. and supplements. He has served on various ad-hoc subcommittees for the Rules Committee of the Superior Court.

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