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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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Nine years ago, Missouri courts said the state could remove administrative law judges through the budget process.
The USITC's Chief Administrative Law Judge will assign the case to one of the USITC's administrative law judges, who will schedule and hold an evidentiary hearing.
Pierson said she speaks with agency heads and does research on privacy requirements as more agencies' decisions are added.<br />"We're really trying to strike a balance between respecting people's privacy and having enough information for it to be substantively useful," she said.<br />The state's administrative law judges issue more than 40,000 per year.<br />Certain cases are not being considered for upload, including certain types of Motor Vehicle Administration decisions and personnel and retirement matters.
District Judge Leigh Martin May ruled that the SEC's appointment of an in-house administrative law judge to preside over an insider trading case was "likely unconstitutional." The ruling temporarily halts, in the case against Georgia real estate developer Charles Hill, the SEC's controversial practice of using its five in-house administrative law judges to hear cases, rather than sending them to federal court.
The USITC's chief administrative law judge will assign the case to one of the USITC's administrative law judges (ALJ), who will schedule and hold an evidentiary hearing.
Social Security employs more than 1,400 administrative law judges.
Discovery practice in Longshore and Defense Base Act claims before the Office of Administrative Law Judges is in many respects more complicated than in federal district court tort cases.
In September 2010, EPA filed a complaint against Elementis with the Office of Administrative Law Judges, alleging TSCA violations for failing to report the results of an industry-commissioned study that documented significant occupational impacts to workers in modern chemical plants.
Caption: THE GIRLS CAN DO ANYTHING CAMP visited with a number of administrative law judges in Tallahassee in August to learn about the law by participating in a mock administrative hearing.
Also, the article incorrectly stated the portion of total federal spending attributable to Social Security disability benefits awarded by administrative law judges. For Fiscal Year 2011, these benefits equaled roughly i percent of total federal spending and 2.5 percent of the federal budget deficit.
Evidentiary hearings are held by the administrative law judges in Washington, D.C.

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