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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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.
On February 1, 2005, in response to the parties' Joint Motion for the Issuance of Requests for International Judicial Assistance ("the Joint Motion"), the Administrative Law Judge ("ALJ") issued Letters of Request and Commissions to a consular official under the Hague Convention for the Taking of Evidence Abroad authorizing testimony to be taken in Paris of 13 French national witnesses proposed by the parties, including Peyrelevade.
In that system, a single state agency employs administrative law judges to hear cases for several state agencies, instead of asking each agency to employ its own judges.
It is also critically important that administrative law judges handling tax matters be qualified to do so.
A separate agency, which reports only to the legislature for budget and planning, in a building committed by its structure to impartial hearings, insulates the administrative law judge from unsuitable pressure from either the agency or the citizen.
As a result of a hearing held on May 16, 2017, an Administrative Law Judge issued an Initial Order on August 2, 2017, which became a Final Order on August 17, 2017.
Administrative Law Judge Caryn Hines from the District of Columbia Office of Administrative Hearings said she learned a lot at the conference.
To present the case to the deputy director of Iowa's Department of Inspections and Appeals, then to the department's administrative law judge, and, if those efforts failed, to the district court, the facility was prepared to spend up to $10,000 for attorney, expert witness, and court fees.
In interpreting the application of this provision, an Alabama Department of Revenue Administrative Law Judge determined that even though an intercompany payable "was included on the Taxpayer's financial statements as a result of `push-down' accounting.
If unsuccessful, the action proceeds to an Administrative Hearing before an Administrative Law Judge.
Testifying before the committee will be Judge Ronald Bernoski, an administrative law judge and president of the AALJ.
Since 2012, Judge Long has served as an administrative law judge in the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review at the Social Security Administration.
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