Yes, it is possible to appeal to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal, but you don't indicate how the court ruled on the Rule 12(b)(6) motion. Was the motion granted in its entirety? Did you file a timely written opposition to the motion?
No, a motion to dismiss is not against the Seventh Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. A Rule 12(b) motion is a procedural hurdle which a claim for relief must surmount before it gets to a trial.
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You can appeal from an order or a judgment. If the court granted the motion to dismiss, you can appeal. Did you file a response to the motion? You need to ahve preserved your issues for purpose of appeal, and that means that you raised them in the trial court.
Motions to dismiss are constitutional, and are common place. They challenge whether a complaint is legally sufficient to go to trial.
You concern about the competence of the judge will not help on appeal unless you raised those in the trial court. Your assertion that he has bad ratings is not a basis for appeal.
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