An appeal during a trail proceeding in which the judgment of the trail court is suspended until the appeals court reaches a decision.
An appeal that is filed before the trial court had entered its final order in the case.
an appeal made before final judgement is made
an appeal made if a court order or injunction is made on an individual before a trial begins - this period is called the interlocutory
an appeal taken from a proceeding before the entry of a final judgment
an appeal to a single justice for review and a faster process
an appeal to the Board of a ruling made by a judge during a proceeding
an appeal to the Board of a ruling made by an AJ during the processing of the case
an appeal from a nonfinal, or interlocutory, district court order, such as an injunction. An interlocutory order is issued during litigation of the case in the district court, not at the end of it. Interlocutory appeals are permitted by statute as an exception to the general policy requiring a final district court decision or order before an appeal is permitted.
The process whereby a pending case may be reviewed by an appellate court to determine if a ruling may by the trial judge was correct. This type of appeal may occur in federal court under Rule 23(f) to allow an appellate court to determine whether a judges ruling on class certification was correct.
An appeal of a judge's ruling on a preliminary issue in a case that is made before the judge issues a final decision on the full case. These types of appeals are infrequently made and are infrequently allowed. One example of an issue often raised in an interlocutory appeal is whether certain material that a party wants kept confidential, such as an employer's trade secrets or employee medical records, should become part of the public record in a case.
An appeal that occurs during the course of a trial, before the trial court reaches a decision. During the interlocutory appeal, the trial is placed on hold.
Appeal made before the trial court's final ruling on the entire case.
An interlocutory appeal, in the law of civil procedure is an appeal of a ruling by a trial court that is made before the trial itself has concluded. Most jurisdictions generally prohibit such appeals, requiring parties to wait until the trial has concluded before they challenge any of the decisions made by the judge during that trial. However, many jurisdictions make an exception for decisions that are particularly prejudicial to the rights of one of the parties.