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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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McAlpin called the annual Supreme Court visit "a really incredible experience for students" - particularly because when they complete their appellate brief and oral argument assignment, "They will be practicing doing exactly what these lawyers were doing.
Maybe one even dreamed of getting the appellate briefs submitted to a court in a similar case to determine what arguments worked and which didn't before certain justices.
The malpractice complaint alleged that the failure to address the "no consideration" ruling in its appellate brief in the first federal appeal resulted in plaintiff's inability to defend against the CGU insurers' counterclaims.
examples from, trial briefs and appellate briefs are most useful since
An appellate brief is the single most important element in the PVA attorney's presentation of the member's case.
Miner, Twenty-Five "Dos" for Appellate Brief Writers, 3 SCRIBES J.
The judge likened Homer's techniques to shouting--"a written form of shouting" which is "simply inappropriate in an appellate brief.
In late 1999, for the first time, I wrote an appellate brief in E-Prime.
Later chapters cover types of legal arguments, interviewing and counseling the client, letter writing, and writing the trial brief, the appellate brief, and the oral argument.
Although this public policy argument was advanced for the first time in defendant's appellate brief, defendant alleged no new facts, but rather raised pure legal arguments which may be considered for the first time on appeal (see Vanship Holdings Ltd.
According to Reuters, Anthony's attorneys stated in their appellate brief that they intend to argue that the four lies should have been considered as one individual offense on the grounds that Anthony's claims were made during an ongoing interrogation by detectives.