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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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Justice Neville, an Appellate Court Justice in Illinois for the past 14 years, will be sworn in by Justice Anne M.
The authors contend that an appellate court should not grant or deny entitlement to appellate fees (1) without the benefit of the trial court's ruling on the validity of a proposal for settlement or contractual agreement because entitlement may depend on the trial court's resolving factual issues.
Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales went to the Supreme Court on March 25 to assail the appellate courts TRO.
Appellate courts often look at a case in light of what the state's legislature or Congress intended in a statute.
The importance of accurate and detailed record keeping by an insurance agent and broker was made clear by the opinion of a New York state appellate court presented in Hans Richard Lehneis, Jr., v.
This paper explores the rationale behind, and potential benefits of, a greater commitment to performance management in appellate courts. (6) We begin with a short overview of how appellate courts have evolved in terms of structure, resources, and procedure.
Saucier, (15) the Connecticut Supreme Court performed a state-by-state and circuit-by-circuit survey in 2007 in an attempt to "clarify" the standard of review that appellate courts in Connecticut should use with respect to district court hearsay rulings.
The client believes either the lawyer misled the client and wasted the fee money, or the appellate court acted arbitrarily and capriciously, or both.
ABU DHABI -- From April 1, lawyers in four of the Northern Emirates will be able to appeal verdicts pronounced by the appellate courts in their emirates at the Federal Supreme Court (FSC) in Abu Dhabi electronically.
Supreme Court, the thirteen federal appellate courts and all state appellate courts, has acquired Midwest Law Publishing Co.