Rule 2131. References in Briefs to Parties.
Counsel will be expected in their briefs and oral arguments to keep to a minimum references to parties by such designations as appellant and appellee. It promotes clarity to use the designations used in the court or other government unit below, or the actual names of the parties, or descriptive terms such as the employe, the injured person, the taxpayer, the electric company, the bank, etc.
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