Karen A. Wyle graduated cum laude from HarvardLawSchool in 1980. She worked with several law firms and the California Court of Appeal before establishing her solo practice in 1993.
Wyle practices primarily in the Indiana Court of Appeals and Indiana Supreme Court, but is also a member of the bars for the U.S. Seventh Circuit and Ninth Circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court, and an inactive member of the California bar. Located near Bloomington in Monroe County, Indiana, she handles appeals throughout Indiana. Wyle has also appeared pro hac vice in states including Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas.
Wyle keeps her caseload manageable, to ensure that she is able to devote adequate attention to every case and client. When feasible, she consults with trial counsel, drawing on their knowledge of the facts and procedural history of the case — but brings a fresh outlook and many years of appellate experience.
Wyle can handle appeals originating anywhere in Indiana, be it Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville, or any other location. With telephone conferences, email, U.S. mail and video chats, she can provide all the functions and services involved in an appeal far beyond her MonroeCounty location.
Wyle makes a point of responding promptly to all phone calls and emails from her clients. She understands how frustrating it can be to have one’s vital interests at stake in a confusing and drawn-out process, and therefore educates her clients about appellate procedure.
Wyle handles appeals involving contracts, torts, family law, real estate disputes, municipal liability — whatever civil disputes may result in a final trial court judgment. She keeps abreast of the ever-changing details of appellate procedure, and is well versed in the complex case law concerning what court orders may be appealed at what stages of litigation -- a necessity if clients are to avoid accidentally forfeiting procedural opportunities.
|IN||Active In Good Standing||1989||04/01/2022|
|Award name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Third Place, Harrison Legal Writing Award||Indiana State Bar Association Written Publications Committee||2011|
|Harvard Univ Law School||law||N/A|
|Yoon v. Yoon||Successful petition for transfer|
|Crafton v. Gibson||Grandparent visitation award reversed and remanded|
Posted by Lehsa
August 31, 2014
Posted by Barb
August 25, 2014
Endorsements from fellow lawyers are an important consideration for many when selecting the right attorney. Be the first to endorse your colleague!
Cash, Check, Credit Card