130(a)(3) was created to allow the expedited review of certain classes of orders that are not otherwise final and appealable
under Rule 9.
Under the collateral order doctrine (also known as the Cohen doctrine), a nonfinal order is appealable
if it 1) conclusively determines the disputed question; 2) resolves an important issue completely separate from the merits of the action; and 3) is effectively unreviewable on appeal from a final judgment.
The test Florida courts have used to determine whether an order qualifies as an appealable
partial final judgment actually pre-dates the rule.
The court then turned to consider whether the order terminating maintenance was a final, appealable
Exxon has not presented a single case where a federal appeals court held that a denial of a motion to dismiss on political grounds is an immediately appealable
If a restaurant is audited for unreported tips, the restaurant's tax adviser should review district court decisions and decisions in the circuit to which the case is appealable
2 An appealable
decision is one that meets the following criteria:
But judging from the number of decisions addressing this issue, the question of what is a final appealable
order can be elusive.
Under law decree 28 for 2011, the verdicts issued by the National Safety Court remain appealable
, as they are not final.
That order, therefore, was not final and appealable
If the IRS refuses to rescind a penalty, that decision is not appealable
Since the case was appealable
to the Ninth Circuit, another issue was whether the court was required to follow Arnes I.