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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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Once the appeal is no longer pending, neither the statute nor the rule gives any power to the circuit court to award temporary appellate attorneys' fees.
The appellate court may grant preliminary entitlement to appellate attorneys' fees under Rule 9.
600(c)(1) motion at the beginning of the appellate process.
This will be the first electronic appellate forum in Pakistan.
The Appellate Bench of the SECP is mandated to hear appeals against the orders passed either by a Commissioner or any other officer authorized by the SECP.
Pengezov's term in office as Chair of the Sofia Appellate Court expires in June and he is entitled to a second term in office.
20) Although reports of the WTO Appellate Body and dispute settlement panels are looked to as interpretations of the WTO Agreements, under the WTO's structure, formally only the Ministerial Conference and the General Council have the authority to interpret the covered agreements.
The DSU provides for a Dispute Settlement Body (DSB) that "shall have the authority to establish panels, adopt panel and Appellate Body reports.
III Appellate Body's Findings on the Applicability of art XX of the GATT 1994
The complainants, on the other hand, sought the Appellate Body to uphold the Panel's finding that China was not able to invoke art XX as an exception to the obligations contained in China's Accession Protocol para 11.
Part I provides an overview of the needs addressed by the Public Counsel Appellate Law Program and the history of its formation.
The Public Counsel Appellate Law Program emerged from a concerted, collaborative effort by judicial, bar, and public interest leaders in Los Angeles to respond to the needs of indigent pro se (14) litigants involved in appellate matters in the state's Second Appellate District.