Every attorney knows the rule the party who is adverse to a lower court judgment has the right to file an appeal of the judgment to an appellate court.  Sometimes, both parties are aggrieved to some extent by a judgment and what follows is an appeal and a cross-appeal. However, a party cannot use a cross-appeal to raise an issue with an appellate court that can simply be raised in an appellee’s brief in response to the losing party’s appeal. Nautilus Group, In. v.  ICON Health and Fitness, Inc., 437 F.3d 1376 (Fed. Cir. 2006). The corollary to the rule that an aggrieved party has a right of appeal is that the prevailing party who has received all he sought in the lower court has no right of…