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appellate

Law
1. of or relating to appeals
2. (of a tribunal) having jurisdiction to review cases on appeal and to reverse decisions of inferior courts
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Said Sungaila: "From the minute I started talking with Anne and others from the Haynes and Boone appellate team, I knew I was with a group of like-minded professionals.
She is the whole package: a passionate, skilled appellate lawyer who is also fun to work with," says John O'Meara of Bremer, Whyte Brown & O'Meara, who has worked with Sungaila on a wide variety of trial and appellate matters over the last decade.
Outside of the office, Sungaila has held numerous leadership roles including chairing both the appellate practice and amicus curiae committees for the International Association of Defense Counsel as well as the amicus briefs committee for the Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles.
The Appellate Bench of the SECP is mandated to hear appeals against the orders passed either by a Commissioner or any other officer authorized by the SECP.
When the cause is remanded by the appellate court for a determination of entitlement and/or amount, the party in whose favor fees are awarded should promptly file a motion to tax appellate fees with supporting affidavits in the lower tribunal, following the issuance of the appellate court's mandate.
Unlike a motion for appellate attorneys' fees, a motion for appellate court costs is filed in the lower tribunal.
When the motion is timely, the lower tribunal must assess taxable appellate court costs in favor of the prevailing party on appeal, unless the appellate court orders otherwise.
20) Although reports of the WTO Appellate Body and dispute settlement panels are looked to as interpretations of the WTO Agreements, under the WTO's structure, formally only the Ministerial Conference and the General Council have the authority to interpret the covered agreements.
The DSU provides for a Dispute Settlement Body (DSB) that "shall have the authority to establish panels, adopt panel and Appellate Body reports.
in the case of both panels (26) and the Appellate Body, (27) the DSU explicitly provides that dissents are permitted, but must be anonymous.
In Los Angeles, a new model seeks to better meet the needs of both indigent pro se appellate litigants and the courts, by providing a staffed self-help clinic on site at a court of appeal.
13) The cost to the court system has been minimal, and the Public Counsel Appellate Law Program offers a model that, with the right local leadership and funding, has the potential to be transferable to courts of appeal nationwide.