When each party in a case wins on some issues but loses on others and both sides want to appeal. The first party to file a Notice of Appeal is the appellant, and the other party is the respondent. When the respondent appeals from the same order or judgment, the second appeal is called a cross-appeal and the respondent is called a cross-appellant. The deadline for bringing a cross-appeal is 20 days after the superior court clerk mails notification of the first appeal. (CRC rule 8.108(g)(1).)