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Q: My supreme court case was denied there has been a change in statute affecting the decision how do I redress this?
Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot
answered on Oct 18, 2015

The internet is not the place to get specifically tailored legal advice, you should at least go see an appellate attorney for a full discussion. It takes a lot of work just to tell you whether there is an appealable issue.

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Q: When is am unemployment appeal decision final?
Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot
answered on Oct 12, 2015

Usually when the court of appeals rules on the matter.

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Q: what is the purpose of an appellee dispositive motion

I am appealing a case that was dismissed without the opportunity to conduct discovery. I'm now in the appeals process and have now received relevant evidence. I have already filed my statement of issues. The next step is dispositive motions if needed. would this apply to me?

Jason Ostendorf
Jason Ostendorf
answered on Jan 23, 2015

A dispositive motion may be filed in a Maryland appeal by the appellee if the appellant missed the appellate filing deadline, or if the case has been rendered moot. The former is the most common basis for a dispositive motion on appeal. Since you are the appellant, you should not attempt to file... Read more »

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Q: in Maryland P.G. County Circuit Court what does the "CAL" bfore the case number translate to in a contract case appeal.
Thomas C. Valkenet
Thomas C. Valkenet
answered on Oct 30, 2014

It is merely a court's administrative format for designating actions at law, as opposed to criminal and other causes of action.

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