court of appeals


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court of appeals

n. any court (state or federal) which hears appeals from judgments and rulings of trial courts or lower appeals courts. (See: court)

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The party that loses at the formal hearing -- either the taxpayer or the Department -- is entitled as a matter of right to take an appeal to the New Mexico Court of Appeals.
Regarding yesterday's Court of Appeals decision, Jim Druck, CEO of Southwest Casino Corporation said, "We are once again delighted.
The Court of Appeals then remanded the case to the New York County Supreme Court for further proceedings.
Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled that because the bag had been taken from one of the arrestees and placed on the ground, and both arrestees were handcuffed and surrounded by agents with guns drawn, the arrestees did not have access to the bag.
TEI filed an amicus brief with the court of appeals, urging the court to quash the summons and to clarify that the same standard for establishing the attorney-client privilege applies to in-house attorneys as applies to outside counsel.
Previously, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit held in E.
But the Court of Appeals also held that if the building owner has notice of the existence of a child under seven in an apartment in a pre-1960 building, Cotton continued, the owner may be charged with constructive notice of a lead hazard.
Before this case, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals 1993 decision in Vinson & Elkins (see JofA, Feb.
The Court of Appeals agreed that the language of Sec.
The decision by the Court of Appeals has wide-ranging implications extending beyond Premera.
The law that was eventually passed, Chapter 940 of 1984, was the one struck down by the Court of Appeals.