administrative law judge


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administrative law judge

n.
A public official who hears and decides cases or matters in an administrative forum.
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After presiding over a five-day hearing, Administrative Law Judge Susan Biro issued a 125-page opinion on June 5, 2014, ruling in EPA s favor on all counts in its complaint against Chem-Solv, Inc.
Lillios was first appointed as an administrative law judge for the U.
The F said in the statement that it was appealing the decision of an NTSB Administrative Law Judge to the full National Transportation Safety Board, which has the effect of staying the decision until the Board rules.
Section 3 of HR 3461 provides that the ombudsman would determine the "merits of the appeal on the record, after an opportunity for a hearing before an independent administrative law judge," and that the evidentiary hearing before the administrative law judge would be conducted under the procedures set forth in the Administrative Procedures Act, including the burden of proof and the receipt of testimony and exhibits.
Greig, New York Division of Tax Appeals, Administrative Law Judge Unit, DTA No.
19(a) and (b), and that failure to answer within this time period "shall constitute a waiver of the right to appear and contest the allegations contained in the Notice, and shall, upon the OCC's motion, cause the Administrative Law Judge or the Comptroller to find the facts in this Notice to be as alleged.
Administrative law judges hear cases, find the facts and apply the law, just like in a trial, but these proceedings are referred to as "adjudications" or "adjudicatory proceedings" or "hearings.
Additionally, the salary of the Chief Administrative Law Judge is statutorily fixed, so that the independent Chief Administrative Law Judge is not put in the untenable position of having to negotiate his or her salary with the Mayor.
In adjudicatory cases, where there has been a decision which "affects substantial interests," the administrative law judge normally has the role of making findings of fact and a recommendation.
Marlene Schwartz, the administrative law judge that ruled on the case, agreed.
This means that SSDI applicants can hire a professional who will file the initial application, secure medical statements from the appropriate sources, and represent an applicant before the administrative law judge.
On July 12, 2012, the administrative law judge issued an order extending key dates in the proceeding by approximately three months.

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