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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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The client believes either the lawyer misled the client and wasted the fee money, or the appellate court acted arbitrarily and capriciously, or both.
In Florida's state appellate courts, motions for rehearing are governed by Fla.
Department investigators later found that the reasons cited for failing the Sotos were unjustified, and approved their Home Study - a reversal that county attorneys failed to mention to appellate court justices ruling on the case.
Ginsburg, in her dissent, wrote that the appellate court had acted correctly in evaluating the award for abuse of discretion.
The First District Appellate Court of Illinois ruled that flight alone does not justify an investigative detention.
In addition, this Note argues that the Court properly permitted appellate courts to exercise discretion through applying general rules of dismissal to specific, recurring situations in which pre-appeal flight is sufficiently connected to the appellate process.
Through its 10 locations across the country, Counsel Press assists more than 2,000 clients, primarily law firms, with preparation and filing of appellate documents and other appellate support services in the United States Supreme Court, the thirteen federal appellate courts and all state appellate courts.
Our clients often have matters of great importance in the federal and state appellate courts, and we strive to attract the very best appellate lawyers we can find to help them succeed in those matters.
The brief argues: "A stay should be granted because the federal and California appellate courts should be allowed to decide the important constitutional issues raised in this case.
com column featuring analysis and commentary on issues related to the nation's state and Circuit appellate courts, judges and cases.
Bashman will pen "On Appeal," a weekly column featuring analysis and commentary on issues related to the nation's state and Circuit appellate courts, judges and cases.
While in private practice, Schaerr has argued some 25 cases in some of the most prestigious courts in the country, including three cases before the United States Supreme Court, and more than 20 cases before federal courts of appeal and state appellate courts.