Tanenbaum Keale LLP partner Afigo I. Okpewho-Fadahunsi recently co-authored a book that focuses on guiding trial and appellate attorneys on when and how to preserve issues for appeal throughout all phases of litigation at the federal trial court level.

Titled “Preserving Appellate Complaints in Federal Courts,” Okpewho-Fadahunsi worked with editor Reagan Simpson and five other trial and appellate attorneys to address pre-trial, trial, and post-trial preservation issues, as well as handling objections to a magistrate’s ruling or recommendation.

The book contains jurisdiction-specific procedures on ensuring the presentation of an issue on appeal, including opinions from United States courts of appeals with citations from all circuits.