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Appeal

A request to a higher court to review a previously completed criminal or civil case. In general, only one of the parties involved in the original case may appeal it.
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Nature's peer review experiment is over, and the journal is now analyzing the results.
If this review doesn't occur in a timely and meaningful way, unfortunately, many of these cases will result in lawsuits.
As the controller begins to walk through the company's internal control over financial reporting, he or she will review each control to see whether they would have found the error and thus have been the required mitigating control.
It uses pre-set inclusion and exclusion criteria to select articles or data sources that will be summarized in the review
Achieving the best review process for all applications is a key part of the mission of the CSR.
The length of time it took to complete and publish the Director's case review became a contentious issue in the legislature and the media.
However, there is growing appreciation for the role commissioning plays in the design review process, and the proven return on investment has led to a surge in the commissioning of residential and commercial properties throughout New York region.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs James Nicholson ordered the review after the VAs Inspector General (IG) found inconsistencies in the way claims were decided.
In fact, the Rules contemplate allowing a party to seek interlocutory review of an ALJ discovery order that requires the production of allegedly privileged materials, while including no comparable provision for nonparty subpoenas, such as the subpoena at issue here.
In the review process contemplated by Rule 183(c), the Tax Court judge must accord deference to the special trial judge's findings.
Armed Recon Helicopter Milestone Decision Review -- June 23, 2005
While peer review was originally designed as an educational and remedial program, the landscape has changed to the point where the profession needs to meet marketplace and regulatory demands for disclosure and increased transparency.