Neither the Appellees
nor I have ever claimed that, alone and in a
in the fourth case, a defendant who had been convicted
See Brief for Appellees
, supra note 132, at 15 (noting that Al-Bihani was subject to the command structure of the 55th Brigade, which included key Taliban and al-Qaeda officers; he retreated with the 55th brigade when the U.
See Brief for Non-Governmental Organizations as Amici Curiae in Support of Appellees
, al-Maqaleh v.
spend most of their time responding to the arguments made by the appellant, but sometimes it's worthwhile to raise additional arguments.
The brief for the private company, Curtiss-Wright, also focused on the issue of delegated legislative power and did not explore the existence of independent or inherent presidential power (Brief for Appellees
At the beginning of the hearing on the motion to dismiss, counsel for the appellees
notified the court that Downing had voluntarily dismissed her complaint against another hospital and physician.
Although Tyson wanted the case heard in arbitration rather than in open court, the Supreme Court said "an arbitration agreement in contracts they executed with appellees
, who are hog farmers, lacks mutuality of obligation and, thus, is unenforceable.
Brief Amicus Curiae for the United States in Support of Appellees
To promote ease of understandability, the brief should not refer to opposing parties as petitioners, defendants, plaintiffs, respondents, appellants, or appellees
In Goldwater, the court explained that "[w]hether the President's action amounts to a complete disenfranchisement depends on whether appellees
have left to them any legislative means to vote in the way they claim is their right.
claimed that the surplus should have been distributed only to those employees who made contributions.