Definitions for "Administrative Law Judge"
The officer designated by the FERC to conduct the proceedings in a rate or other tariff filing.
An impartial official who presides over administrative-law proceedings with the authority to make decisions that are legally binding, similar to a civil court judge. (Administrative law regulates government agencies.) For example, if a state unemployment office denies your claim for unemployment benefits, you likely have the right to appeal the denial in a hearing before an administrative law judge, once you've exhausted other avenues at the unemployment office. Called an administrative judge for short. Abbreviation is ALJ.
Hearing official assigned to the Office of Hearings and Appeals. Conducts evidentiary hearings on appeals from Medicare Part A and B determinations.
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