Everything is urgent in litigation. Discovery, depositions, conferences, and mediations have to proceed to get cases resolved. Briefs and dispositive motions are key to representing a client's interests, but they take valuable time. And if an adversary files a motion or appeal there's usually no option but to oppose.
Although it's wise to keep some of this work in-house, other projects - such as writing that requires hours of research and sustained thought - are best given over to a skilled, experienced appellate practitioner.
Dana E. Heitz, Esq. produces compelling, clear writing which has persuaded judges in all levels of New York courts. She'll work diligently to present your points in their most polished light, giving your clients zealous representation and giving you the resources to move your cases forward.