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Appellate

Relating to appeals; reviews by superior courts of decisions of inferior courts or administrative agencies and other proceedings.

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Also recognized from 2013 to 2015 as a "Notable Appellate Practitioner" by Chambers USA, published by Chambers and Partners, Sungaila is described in one listing as a "gifted appellate lawyer who consistently delivers bottom line results," and praised for her "great practical sense," "laser" focus on key issues, and ability to "advise on the business side just as well as she does on the legal side.
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Since its inception in 1970, PrintingHouse Press has worked diligently to become the East Coast's leading appellate services provider.
Chairman SECP also advised Commissioners to give even exparty decision in cases where the appellants are not appearing before the Appellate Bench despite several notices.
This will be the first electronic appellate forum in Pakistan.
He insisted that he was innocent and that the charges against him were supposed to remove him from the competition for a Sofia Appellate Court head.
Pengezov's term in office as Chair of the Sofia Appellate Court expires in June and he is entitled to a second term in office.
A motion for appellate attorneys' fees must be served no later than the time for serving the reply brief.
Only the appellate court, and not the lower tribunal, has the authority to award appellate attorneys' fees.
Appeals are heard by a standing Appellate Body of seven individuals who sit in divisions of three.
Furthermore, the WTO introduced new provisions designed to induce compliance with adopted panel and Appellate Body reports.
Access to justice depends on access to the courts, (4) and pro se civil litigants need adequate information and resources to better navigate state and federal appellate systems and perfect their cases.