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ap·peal

(ă-pēl')
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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Guidelines range are also subject to appellate review for
Thomas, Appellate Review of Sentences and the Development of Sentencing Policy: The English Experience, 20 Ala.
If the appellate court determines that the litigants should have brought the matter to the trial court's attention on rehearing and the lack of findings does not hamper appellate review, then the appellate court can treat the issue as unpreserved.
Congress would have known that Supreme Court appellate review would be expensive, not only because of space and time considerations (which would have been more significant in 1789) but also because another layer of litigation adds another layer of expense (which remains true today despite improvements in transportation and technology).
court, no matter their resources, deserve appellate review commensurate with the weight of the issue.
effective appellate review of disclosure orders adverse to the attorney-client privilege can be had by means other than collateral order appeal, including post-judgment review," Sotomayor wrote.
were split into two camps of appellate review standards until recently,
Mattel, the court addressed the enforceability of a contractual arbitration clause that provides for broad federal court appellate review of a private arbitration decision.
preserved for appellate review, the government bears the burden of
Decides individual cases before the personnel council's five component boards, the Board for Correction of Military Records and the Civilian Appellate Review Office.
We have concluded that the unfilled gaps in the record, coupled with the problematic nature of some of the district court's fact findings, prevent proper appellate review of the merits of the important constitutional issue raised in this case.
vigorous appellate review of lower court sentences.