State & Federal Court Of Appeals
True North Law Group
Appellate Court Attorneys
When a court’s ruling is appealed, it is a whole different process than the initial trial, requiring an attorney that specializes in the appellate court process.
Thor Hearne and the attorneys of True North Law have experience appealing cases in more than a dozen US circuit courts and state supreme courts, as well as the Supreme Court of the United States.
Since most trial attorneys do not specialize in the appeals process, contact True North Law if your case is appealed.
Decades Of Appellate Court Experience
Trust The Appeals Court Attorneys Of True North
When trial attorneys get a case that is appealed, they trust the attorneys of True North Law Group to handle the next step. From natural gas pipelines to voter rights to redistricting, True North has the experience and skillset to navigate appeals across the country.
Circuit & Supreme Court
Cases & Briefs
A panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Caquelin v. United States recently ruled unanimously in favor of an Iowa landowner whose property was taken by the federal government under the Trails Act for a public recreational rail-trail. Lawyers...
In conjunction with the recently-filed lawsuit asking the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida to stop Sarasota County from removing “encroachments” from the Legacy Trail right-of-way, Thor Hearne and True North Law filed a motion for preliminary...
True North Law Files Federal Lawsuit on behalf of landowners to stop Sarasota County from removing Legacy Trail “Encroachments”
Thor Hearne and True North Law have filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida to stop Sarasota County from removing what the county calls “encroachments” on the Legacy Trail corridor. The lawsuit asks the judge to enter a...
True North represents Miami, Florida landowners whose property the Federal government took under the federal Trails Act. The federal Trails Act imposes a new easement for public recreation and a future possible railroad across landowners’ property. The United States...
(U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit), 188 F. Supp.3d 577 (E.D. Va. 2016), affirmed 843 F.3d 592 (4th Cir. 2016) Thor was appointed by Virginia’s Attorney General as special counsel for the Commonwealth of Virginia to defend the state’s photo-voter ID law. ...
We appreciate your work in representing the homeowners along the Legacy Trail in Mission Valley, Nokomis, FL. The case was Rogers v. U.S. Over a decade-long fight your firm held fast and was successful. Thanks!”