Publication
December 16, 2019

In this article, Jenner & Block Partner Michael T. Brody focuses on Section 1292(b), which gives a 10-day time limit for petitioning a court of appeals to take an interlocutory appeal.  In the case he highlights, Groves v. United States of America, the Seventh Circuit held for the first time that parties could not “circumvent” the deadline by asking the district court to “recertify” the order for interlocutory review.  “In so doing,” Mr. Brody explains, “the court reversed existing circuit precedent and created a split with other circuits.”