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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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Even in the appellate division, the familiar rule on an appeal in a civil case is that the appellate court will generally consider only those arguments and claims that were preserved for appellate review by timely assertion or objection in the nisi prius court.
Plaintiff's remaining contentions are either unpreserved for appellate review or without merit.
The APA and Appellate Review of PTO Factual Findings 3.
The affirmance rate is 84 percent, which is not surprising given the deference of applied in appellate review.
130(a)(4)--now lack a noncertiorari path to appellate review.
To obtain immediate appellate review of such an order absent [section] 1292(b) certification, the subpoenaed party must typically 'defy the district court's enforcement order, be held in contempt, and then appeal the contempt order, which is regarded as final under [section] 1291.
It seems obvious that the Supreme Court must have jurisdiction to engage in direct appellate review of state criminal prosecutions that resolve questions of federal law.
Before trial, the trial defense counsel advised PFC Moss in writing that, if the approved sentence included a punitive discharge or confinement in excess of one year, her case would be automatically forwarded to the Court of Military Review (6) for appellate review, and she could request appellate counsel to represent her.
Moreover, unlike civilian cases, all cases in the military are guaranteed an appellate review for the sole purpose of protecting the rights of the appellant.
The Article further argues that appellate review theory supports that result.
The defense and prosecution both sought further appellate review of the Appeals Court decision by the state Supreme Judicial Court.