Administrative Law. Legal news and articles for March 30 - 30, 2012

Obsolete Law—The SolutionsCERO v. COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATIONIN RE COMPLAINT FILED BY CITY OF COLORADO SPRINGSGONZALES v. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OF ARIZONAVermont Community Law Center asks law enforcement to respect protestors during ...Water district theft allegedTamarac grandmother denied bail in shooting son-in-lawCalifornia Gov. Brown wants health care changes regardless of Supreme Court ...Salient Federal Solutions Announces Expiration of Tender Offer for Shares of ...Neurologist's license remains suspendedJudge Orders Hearing in Teamsters' Challenge to FDOC Probation RulesParishville officials want local participation at wind energy public hearingRuling may spur foes to challenge Mass. health lawHearing affirms Chicago decision to relocate protesters during upcoming NATO ...Gov. Jerry Brown's administration wants health care change, with or without ...

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Judge: Ogeechee Riverkeeper has no standing in Ogeechee River case
Savannah Morning NewsMarch 20, 2012

In an 11-page decision issued Tuesday, Administrative Law Judge Lois Oakley wrote that the Ogeechee Riverkeeper and its members did not meet the legal criteria needed to establish their right to challenge the consent order in court.more »

Baum, firm agree to pay state $4 million
Buffalo NewsMarch 22, 2012

New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman will announce this morning that Steven J. Baum PC, Pillar Processing LLC, Baum himself and the firm's former managing partner, Brian Kumiega, agreed to what Schneiderman called the “largest foreclosure law...more »

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Obsolete Law—The Solutions
The AtlanticMarch 30, 2012

Congress doesn't clean out the stables in part because of a constitutional flaw -- our founders didn't anticipate that it would be much harder to repeal a law than passing it in the first place. Bureaucracies don't clean out regulations for the ...more »

CERO v. COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Leagle.comMarch 30, 2012

The Administrative Law Judge ("ALJ") found that Cero was severely impaired but did not meet or equal any condition listed in 20 CFR Part 404, Subpart P, Appendix 1. The ALJ concluded that Cero could perform his past relevant sedentary work through his ...more »

IN RE COMPLAINT FILED BY CITY OF COLORADO SPRINGS
Leagle.comMarch 30, 2012

1 In this dispute regarding alleged violations of campaign finance disclosure requirements in municipal elections, the City of Colorado Springs (City), appeals the order of the administrative law judge (ALJ) dismissing a complaint for lack of subject ...more »

GONZALES v. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OF ARIZONA
Leagle.comMarch 30, 2012

P. 31.24 ¶1 Claimant Robert Gonzales ("Gonzales") seeks special action review of an Industrial Commission of Arizona ("ICA") Administrative Law Judge's ("ALJ") dismissal of his Request for Hearing for failure to comply with "rules governing ...more »

Vermont Community Law Center asks law enforcement to respect protestors during ...
vtdigger.orgMarch 30, 2012

by Press Release | March 30, 2012 The Vermont Community Law Center Announces it has advised local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to respect the constitutional rights of President Obama protesters. Vermont – The Vermont Community Law Center ...more »

Water district theft alleged
San Mateo Daily JournalMarch 30, 2012

The Mid-Peninsula Water District has sent the San Mateo County District Attorney's Office evidence that one of its former employees may have embezzled the special tax district out of an undisclosed amount of money, board President Matthew Zucca wrote ...more »

Tamarac grandmother denied bail in shooting son-in-law
MiamiHerald.comMarch 30, 2012

The recordings from the iPhone were played in court at the beginning of the hearing. Gunshots, screams and the voices of the grandmother, Cheryl Hepner, and her son-in-law, 39-year-old Salvatore Miglino, could be heard. Profanity is also heard on the ...more »

California Gov. Brown wants health care changes regardless of Supreme Court ...
Kansas City StarMarch 30, 2012

Jerry Brown's administration vowed Thursday to continue pushing forward elements of the federal health care overhaul in California, even if the US Supreme Court strikes it down. If the court does rule the federal law unconstitutional, state Health and ...more »

Salient Federal Solutions Announces Expiration of Tender Offer for Shares of ...
MarketWatch (press release)March 30, 2012

MCLEAN, Va. and FAIRFAX, Va., March 30, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- ATS Corporation (ASE:ATSC) , a leading information technology company that delivers innovative technology solutions to government and commercial organizations, and Salient Federal ...more »

Neurologist's license remains suspended
Northwest HeraldMarch 30, 2012

Parikh's license was suspended, effective Monday, by an IDPR director despite recommendations by an administrative law judge and a review board not to do so. “We're still fighting,” said Parikh's attorney, Michael Goldberg. “We're going to be asking a ...more »

Judge Orders Hearing in Teamsters' Challenge to FDOC Probation Rules
Sacramento BeeMarch 30, 2012

Robert S. Cohen, chief judge for the Division of Administrative Hearings, wrote that the Teamsters' petition complies with Florida statute. He assigned the case to Administrative Law Judge Elizabeth W. McArthur. A hearing is to be held within 30 days.more »

Parishville officials want local participation at wind energy public hearing
WatertownDailyTimes.comMarch 30, 2012

This time around, town officials are hoping it's Parishville residents, and not out-of-town wind advocates and opponents, who turn out to offer input at the public hearing, which the Town Council has set for 7 pm April 16. The law would “allow the ...more »

Ruling may spur foes to challenge Mass. health law
Boston.comMarch 30, 2012

“What might happen, though, is that the state would have fewer funds to do the work.'' Brian T. Fitzpatrick, a professor at Vanderbilt Law School, said he believes the Massachusetts law could withstand a lawsuit like the one on which the Supreme Court ...more »

Hearing affirms Chicago decision to relocate protesters during upcoming NATO ...
Bellingham HeraldMarch 30, 2012

With a city hearing officer's decision Thursday affirming the denial of a march stepping off from Daley Plaza, protesters have to decide whether to take their fight to Cook County Circuit Court. Legal precedents from US courts suggest protesters ...more »

Gov. Jerry Brown's administration wants health care change, with or without ...
Sacramento BeeMarch 30, 2012

Jerry Brown's administration vowed Thursday to continue pushing forward elements of the federal health care overhaul in California, even if the US Supreme Court strikes it down. If the court does rule the federal law unconstitutional, state Health and ...more »

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