Si has been mentored by, and worked for, a prominent appellate division and federal judge. Having handled close to 100 appeals, Si’s philosophy on briefing goes back to his clerkship in the Eastern District of North Carolina: mastery of the facts, organization, and simplicity in style. The best example of this was Si’s successful 2015 brief that caused the Second Department to vacate its longstanding per se prohibition on driver-passenger conflict waivers. And because Si believes that past performances are the best indicator of future outcome, multiple briefs and high-value motions drafted by Si can be reviewed below. Hourly, flat fee, and contingency fee arrangements are available depending on the needs of lead counsel and the merits of the case.
Doe Cross Motion
SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK APPELLATE DIVISION: FIRST JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT
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