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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Cadere decisis

Could the FCC be reversing the trend of taking years to deny appeals for being filed days late?  In it's latest decision, the FCC actually decides an appeal within the legally required 90 days, and grants the appellant a waiver for filing the appeal 2 days late.  It's like the Bizarro FCC.

Except I can't find any appeal filed on the day the FCC filed that appeal.  I do see an appeal apparently from that school, but it's just asking for a waiver to file the appeal, and it's dated a month earlier.

The moral of the story: if you're going to file after 60 days, include a request for a waiver of the appeal deadline, and give a good reason why you filed late.

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