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ap·peal

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In health care accounting, denotes a request from a physician or clerical worker in a health care facility for a third-party payer to reconsider a decision about a disallowed claim for compensation.
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We believe that, once this case is reviewed by an appellate court, this verdict will be overturned because of the errors that occurred during trial," Ohlemeyer said.
Ohlemeyer noted that no California appellate court, in a published opinion, has ever upheld a punitive damage award greater than $25 million.
When an appellate court does not give a reason for its decision, it weakens, rather than illuminates, stare decisis.
Still, appellate court justices ruled last year that DCFS alone has the authority to place children in its jurisdiction where it thinks it is best for the child.
On further appeal, the Illinois Supreme Court disagreed with the Appellate Court of Illinois and ruled that the officers could consider the common criminal activity in the area where Wardlow was first observed.
United States,(1) the United States Supreme Court held that appellate courts may dismiss the appeal of a criminal defendant who becomes a fugitive if the fugitive status has sufficient connection to the appellate process.
hub, providing service to clients in the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, Illinois state appellate courts and surrounding state and federal appellate courts.
Supreme Court, the California Supreme Court and appellate courts throughout California, as well as numerous federal courts of appeal and other state supreme courts.
Cole served as State Solicitor in the Ohio Attorney General's office, during which time he argued five cases before the United State Supreme Court, as well as numerous cases in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Ohio Supreme Court and other appellate courts in Ohio.
The brief argues: "A stay should be granted because the federal and California appellate courts should be allowed to decide the important constitutional issues raised in this case.
com column featuring analysis and commentary on issues related to the nation's state and Circuit appellate courts, judges and cases.