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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In written testimony, Colvin said the agency has improved training and oversight for administrative law judges, but is limited in what it can do because of budget constraints.
(97) The deposition of any expert witnesses, particularly physicians, may be used by any party for any purpose, unless the Administrative Law Judge rules that such use would be unfair or a violation of due process.
The administrative law judge, and later the agency itself, said that preliminary approval didn't comply with state law, which requires that land use approvals be obtained first, before the state can grant the water right.
First, however, the idea of an independent administrative law judge may be illusory.
A formal evidentiary hearing on the merits is conducted by the presiding administrative law judge in conformity with the Administrative Procedure Act.
An administrative law judge decided in favor of Apple in March, after Nokia had said Apple violated five other patents.
Circuit Judge William Shashy released an order upholding a ruling by an administrative law judge that said Salatto's firing by the State Board of Education in 2008 violated the state's Fair Dismissal Act.
Administrative Law Judge James Gildea has issued an initial determination stating that Microsemi's products involved do not infringe any of the claims at issue.
In addition, the Administrative Law Judge has approved Zhuhai Gree Magneto-Electric Co Ltd's motion to terminate the investigation as to Zhuhai Gree based on entry of a consent order in which it agrees not to engage in the future importation of the relevant products.
US communications services provider Frontier Communications (NYSE:FTR) said Tuesday that an administrative law judge with the Illinois Commerce Commission has ruled against the acquisition of the wireline operations of competitor Verizon (NYSE:VZ) in 14 states, including the state of Illinois.
A US administrative law judge has said that Bank of America Corp could have discriminated against African-American job applicants for entry-level positions in Charlotte in 1993 and from 2002 to 2005.
The court found that, in fact, competent and substantial evidence at the administrative hearing supported the administrative law judge's conclusion that there had been substantial changes in material circumstances during the time that passed between Bethesda's two applications.
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