Levinger Presents “How to Not Mess Up Your Case for Appeal” at the Baylor Practice Institute
April 23, 2010 in Speeches
Jeff Levinger spoke at the Baylor University Law School’s 33rd Annual General Practice Institute on “How to Not Mess Up Your Case for Appeal.” Levinger illustrated a number of different errors that could lead to losses on appeal, including use of improper questions in voir dire, failure to preserve error in the omission or exclusion of evidence, improper comments in closing argument, submission of improper jury charges, and the failure to appeal final summary judgment orders. In the summer of 2008, Levinger presented this same program at the State Bar of Texas Advanced Personal Injury Law Course held in Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio.
Subject Matter: Procedural & Evidentiary Issues