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Sooner or later, every case that has been appealed from a trial court to an intermediate appellate court results in a decision. Ordinarily, that decision will disappoint at least one, if not more, of the parties in the case. The party that has lost on appeal, or has failed to achieve all of its goals on appeal, must then consider what remedies remain available to possibly rectify the unsatisfactory aspects of the current outcome.

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