Administrative Law Judge

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Administrative Law Judge

A hearings officer who presides over appeal conflicts between providers of services, beneficiaries, and Medicare contractors.
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The opinions are only proposed, and agency heads are free to substitute their judgment for that of the administrative law judge on questions of fact or law.
First, it will ensure that the decisions of the District's taxing authority are reviewed by an administrative law judge well-versed in tax matters and unrelated to the agency determining the tax.
The division's administrative law judges are increasingly sought out by local agencies.
An administrative law judge is bound to follow agency policy even if, in the administrative law judge's opinion, the policy is contrary to law,'' the agency said in a confidential memorandum to its judges.
In their 591-page ruling and recommendation to the Public Utility Commission, administrative law judges Allison Turner, John Corbett and Larry Gesoff have stood tall for the consumer's best interests over the powerful special interests.
An Administrative Law Judge recently ruled in our favor in 12 cases, bringing to more than 200 the number of Medicare reimbursement cases to date won by Zynex for the NeuroMove(TM) and similar technologies and resulting in Medicare payments in those 12 cases during the fourth quarter of 2005.
DCA administrative law judges hear hundreds of cases each year involving 60,000 businesses in 55 license categories, as well as violations of the City's Consumer Protection law, weights and measures, and other related laws.
He was awarded the 1999 Fellowship in Administrative Law by the National Association of Administrative Law Judges.
even reversing rulings by its own administrative law judges.
22, 1997--Central and South West Corporation (NYSE:CSR) said that administrative law judges for the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH) on Tuesday issued a Proposal for Decision (PFD) on Central Power and Light Company's request for $71 million in rate relief, which has been pending since November 1995.
Once again, a federal court, an Appeals Court, the Supreme Court and two administrative law judges have rules that LAX's rates and charges are fair and reasonable in terms of what the airlines pay for their use of LAX.
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