When a party loses in a decision by a trial court in the federal courts, normally the losing party is entitled to appeal the decision to a federal court of appeals. In the Tenth Circuit (the federal district that includes Colorado), appeals of rulings by a bankruptcy court may initially be taken to the district court or a bankruptcy appellate panel, consisting of three bankruptcy judges. If either party desires to have the matter heard before the district court, though, that is where the appeal will usually lie. Regardless of the initial appellate court, the losing party of the appeal may then seek relief from the court of appeals (and then perhaps the U.S. Supreme Court).
With considerable experience in bankruptcy cases, the Law Offices of Kevin S. Neiman, pc represents clients in either prosecuting or defending appeals of bankruptcy-related judgments before the appropriate appellate venue. Practicing law with the highest degree of integrity, courtesy, competence, and honesty, Kevin Neiman has represented numerous parties in bankruptcy appeals during his many years of practice. Examples of three favorable appellate rulings are In re Moosman (representing appellee in district court appeal) In re Sun (representing appellant in bankruptcy appellate panel appeal), and In re Richard D. Van Lunen Charitable Trust (representing appellee in district court appeal).Call 303.996.8637