Appellate Board definition

Appellate Board means the Appellate Board referred to in section 116;
Appellate Board means the Appellate Board established under section 83;
Appellate Board means the Appellate Board established under section 83 of the Trade Marks Act, 1999;

Examples of Appellate Board in a sentence

  • The sanction will take immediate effect once the Appellate Board denies the appeal or otherwise renders a final judgment upon review.

  • The Chief Justice will stay the sanction at the request of the Respondent if the matter has been appealed by the Respondent for consideration of review by the Appellate Board.

  • The student shall have 5 business days after receiving written notification of the Judicial Body’s decision from the President or his/her designee to request in writing an appeal with the Appellate Board.

  • The Appellate Board shall review any and all information submitted by the Honor Council.

  • The Appellate Board may affirm, modify, remand, or overturn the decision of the Honor Council, but the Appellate Board cannot overturn an acquittal.


More Definitions of Appellate Board

Appellate Board means: ● In cases that do not involve any Sexual Offense charges: any one or more persons authorized by the Vice President for Student Life to consider an appeal from a Student Accountability Board’s determination, and from the sanctions imposed by the Student Accountability Administrator. Such board shall be appointed by the Vice President for Student Life on a case-by-case basis and consists of a panel of administrator(s), faculty member(s) (chosen from a list of RSC faculty who have been designated by Faculty Governance or other sources to serve in this capacity), or other sources, and student(s) (chosen from a list of candidates submitted by the applicable student government or other sources). ● In cases involving one or more Sexual Offense charges: any three or more persons authorized by the Vice President for Student Life to consider an appeal from the determination of the Title IX Coordinator or other trained investigator that no Sexual Offense violation occurred, and from a Student Accountability Board’s final determination regarding responsibility and sanctions. Such board shall be appointed by the Vice President for Student Life on a case-by-case basis and consists of a panel of administrator(s), faculty member(s) (chosen from a list of RSC faculty who have been designated by Faculty Governance or other sources to serve in this capacity), and/or student(s) (chosen from a list of candidates submitted by the applicable student government or other sources). Members of the Appellate Board in a case involving a Sexual Offense must receive annual training on issues related to conducting investigations of sexual violence, the effects of trauma, impartiality, the rights of the respondent, including the right to a presumption that the respondent is “not responsible” until a finding of responsibility is made, how to conduct an investigation and hearing process that protects the safety of victims and promotes accountability, RSC’s policies and procedures, and other issues including, but not limited to domestic violence, dating violence, stalking and sexual assault.
Appellate Board means those persons selected to act as the Appellate Board of the College.
Appellate Board means the Appellate Board constituted under section 4;
Appellate Board means the Appellate Board established under section 32;
Appellate Board means the Appellate Board constituted under sub-section (1) of section 41;
Appellate Board means the group of people available to hear appeals of decisions and sanctions in cases involving alleged violations of this Policy by students, staff, or administrators.
Appellate Board means an Appellate Board constituted under section 18;