When preparing an appeal against a decision of the Code of Practice Panel, or responding to an appeal, care should be taken as to the nature and quantity of material to be submitted as evidence.
Brevity may not always be possible when complex matters are appealed but a clear and concise exposition of the facts should be aimed at. Repetition of the same point should be avoided. All points should be covered in the main text without the use of footnotes. Each party should address the matters at issue in the same order as the Panel dealt with them.