Federal courts, Appellate courts, Jury trials, Appeals
Civil Procedure | Litigation
A recent study of appellate outcomes reveals that defendants succeed significantly more often than plaintiffs on appeal from civil trials-especially from jury trials.
Clermont, Kevin M. and Eisenberg, Theodore, "Anti-Plaintiff Bias in the Federal Appellate Courts" (2000). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. 224.
Published in: Judicature, vol. 84, no. 3 (November-December 2000).