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Appellee

The party to a lawsuit or administrative hearing who previously won a judgment that the other party (called the appellant) is trying to overturn. For example, if Joe sues Bob for $1 million and Joe wins, Bob may appeal to a higher court to reverse the ruling. In this case, Joe is the appellee.
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appeals, an appellee who fails to file a brief is typically sanctioned
In the interest of full disclosure, I should note that I have co-authored amicus briefs in several of the cases discussed in this essay, including on the merits in support of the petitioners in the Supreme Court in Boumediene, in support of certiorari in Kiyemba H, in support of the appellees in the D.
Counsel for the appellees responded that there were some John Doe defendants but that they "never got placed.
272) Following this discussion, the Court concluded: "In sum, appellees have alleged no injury to themselves as individuals (contra, Powell), the institutional injury they allege is wholly abstract and widely dispersed (contra, Coleman), and their attempt to litigate this dispute at this time and in this form is contrary to historical experience.
The appellees brought six causes of action in their complaint.
on April 10, 1995: Appellees, their officers, agents, servants, employees and attorneys, and all persons in active concert or in participation are enjoined from enforcing the deadline of 5:00 p.
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Quality Control Inspection (QCI) appealed the trial court's decision granting summary judgment in favor of appellees Fitzgibbons, Arnold & Co.
In state court, appellants must serve the initial brief "within 70 days of filing the notice" of appeal; (24) appellees must serve answer briefs "within 20 days after service of the initial brief"; (25) appellants may serve reply briefs "within 20 days after service of the answer brief";26 and cross-appellees may serve cross-reply briefs "within 20 days thereafter.
After the Appellees answered the Appellants' complaint, Appellants filed a challenge to the constitutionality of the Georgia Law which provides: In an action involving a health care liability claim arising out of the provision of emergency medical care in a hospital emergency department or obstetrical unit or in a surgical suite immediately following the evaluation or treatment of a patient in a hospital emergency department, no physician or health care provider shall beheld liable unless it is proven by clear and convincing evidence that the physician or health care provider's actions showed gross negligence.