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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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(12) As one court has put it: The policy against piecemeal appeals is "relaxed and a partial judgment is appealable as a final order under Florida Rule of Appellate Procedure 9.110(k) when the judgment resolves a distinct and severable cause of action, i.e., the remaining claims do not arise from a set of common facts or a single transaction." (13) Other courts have broken the test down into a three-pronged approach: "(1) Could the causes of action disposed of in the dismissed count be maintained independently of each other?
(5) Since further judicial labor is required to dismiss the case, the order is not appealable. (6)
The usual test for determining whether an order is a final and appealable order under Florida Rule of Appellate Procedure 9.110 is "whether the order in question constitutes an end to the judicial labor in the cause, and nothing further remains to be done by the court to effectuate a termination of the cause as between the parties directly affected." (2) Probate proceedings frequently involve many interested persons and many kinds of property.
Thompson appealed, but Stone argued that the order was not immediately appealable because the remaining issues in the dispute were still unresolved.
While PTAB found that the claims of the '149 patent are not patentable, the IPR decision is appealable to the U.S.
Boston Scientific Corp., concerns the proper venue for a patent infringement case and whether an order to transfer venue is an appealable final judgment.
As litigators in New York State Court practice, we tend to think that nearly every order is appealable. In Braun v.
The ICSID Award has been recognised in courts of the US, France and Luxembourg and is not appealable by Venezuela.
The court lacked jurisdiction to determine if the commission erred in vacating a prior order awarding benefits because the commission's order was neither a final order nor an appealable interlocutory order.