FCCA

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AcronymDefinition
FCCAFredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts (Fredericksburg, VA)
FCCAFilm Critics Circle of Australia
FCCAFundacion Cas pa Comunidad Arubano (Spanish; Aruban housing foundation)
FCCAFlorida-Caribbean Cruise Association
FCCAFederal Circuit Court of Appeals
FCCAFellow Member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants
FCCAForestry Conservation Communications Association
FCCAFederal Court Clerks Association
FCCAFootball Club Cournon d'Auvergne (French football club)
FCCAFamily Child Care Association
FCCAFootball Club Communal d'Arcueil (French football club)
FCCAFlorida Competitive Carriers Association
FCCAFirst Colony Community Association (Texas)
FCCAFleet Combat Camera Atlantic (US Navy)
FCCAFellowship of Christian Churches in Africa (South Africa)
FCCAFootball Club Carolina Alliance (Concord, NC soccer club)
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After all, he gave up a nice lifetime job as a judge on a federal circuit court of appeals. Still, he talks in a way that makes alarm bells sound in my mind as I recall long dull meetings in the bureaucracy.
The losing party in federal district court can appeal to a federal circuit court of appeals. The Supreme Court can choose to hear an appeal from the appellate court.
Noting that the estimate was based on facts available to the company at the time it was booked, management adds that the "charge could be subject to significant modification in the future, upon review by the full NLRB, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals and the completion of a compliance hearing."
In addition, he said, he had received counsel "from a very dear, long-term friend of mine, the late Second Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Fred Parker," who told him "of his personal knowledge and respect for Judge Pickering, and his belief that Judge Pickering was well qualified to serve on the federal circuit court of appeals."
Since there is another federal Circuit Court of Appeals which allowed the words "under God," it seems that the U.S.
One federal circuit court of appeals does not recognize the implied consent rationale, but allows interception for a different reason.
(4) [section] 21.5(c), to broaden the GAO'S consideration of affirmative determinations of responsibility in light of the recent Federal Circuit Court of Appeals decision in Impresa Construzioni Geom.
A compelling example of this judicial failure can be found at the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington -- where all 70 whistleblowers who appealed lower court decisions denying them relief for alleged whistleblower-linked reprisals by government agencies between 1994 and 2001 were denied their claims.
According to a release by Digital Island, the company expects to appeal any adverse decisions affecting its intellectual property to the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals. In addition, the company currently seeks redress on several patent validity issues before the U.S.
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