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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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87) On the other hand, privately conferred rights, such as rights embodied in a settlement agreement or a forum-selection clause, are not sufficiently important to overcome the policies militating against immediate appealability.
After Zamudio, another question surfaced about the appealability of
Faced with the rejection of his petition by the district court, Alvarado once again appealed, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals granted Alvarado's certificate of appealability with respect to the issue of whether Alvarado's statements were indeed properly admitted.
70) Even if it were possible to isolate which class action suits truly involved claims that were so small that the denial of certification was in fact the death knell, "It]he formulation of an appealability rule that tunas on the amount of the plaintiff's claim is plainly a legislative, not a judicial, function.
On March 16, 2011, the Second Circuit granted Gutierrez's "motion for a certificate of appealability with respect to [his] claim that the evidence was legally insufficient to support his conviction for depraved indifference murder in violation of New York Penal Law [section] 125.
United States, (170) in which the Court concluded that it may assert certiorari jurisdiction under the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act (AEDPA) (171) to review denial of a certificate of appealability.
The committee has reached out to offer assistance as the legislature considers the appealability of orders denying summary judgment.
11) The new reforms allow for an acquittal to be quashed and for the acquitted to be retried, but only for certain crimes, only with new and compelling evidence, and only with redundant approvals and appealability.
But as figure 3 demonstrates, nearly one-third of these cases are denials of pro se applications for certificates of appealability or for successive habeas corpus petitions.
The certificate of appealability must indicate the specific issues showing the denial of the right.
The motion did not change the duration of probation but limited its appealability.