APLE

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AcronymDefinition
APLEAssumption Program of Loans for Education (teacher incentive program; California)
APLEAction Pour Les Enfants (French: Action For Children; human rights organization; Cambodia)
APLEAppellee
APLEAverage Power Laser Experiment
APLEAssociation of Public Lighting Engineers (UK)
APLEAssessment of Prior Learning Experience (Daytona State College; Daytona Beach, Florida)
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Thus, appellee met "the heavy burden" to vacate an arbitration award pursuant to the Federal Arbitration Act.
The court also noted the appellee's assertion that even the
(37.) Appellee's Brief, supra note 12, at 6; Hearing Transcript, supra note 16, at 113, 123.
'While appellee (Jollibee) was making it big in the food service business, so was Mr.
For example, many jurisdictions allow counsel for appellant and appellee to submit a joint appendix to the appellate court.
Becker, Esq., of the Livingston, N.J.-based law firm Becker Meisel LLC, represented the appellee in the action; Lauren E.
The appellee's first response to an appeal should be to double-check whether jurisdiction exists.
That court concluded that the evidence the appellee's expert provided was uncontroverted since the opposing party offered no contradictory evidence.
305(k), the credit provision upon which appellee relies, is limited by unambiguous language to "confinement served" after noncompliance with R.C.M.
Michael Newdow was the pro se appellee (not defendant) when his case was heard at the federal appeals level, and Justice Jackson wrote the opinion in the 1943 Barnette case for a 6-to-3 majority, not 8-to-1.
By employing oral judgments, a court that is not persuaded by the appellant may opt not to hear any oral argument from the appellee. (Of course, the court has already read the appellee's brief.) The court may retire briefly after the appellant's oral argument.