hearing officer


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hearing officer

noun adjudicator, arbitrator, addinistrative officer, final authority, hearing examiner, intervener, mediator, moderator, negotiator, reconciler
Associated concepts: administrative law judge, chief adminnstrator hearing officer, staff hearing officer
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The sample consisted of all of the court decisions under IDEA available in the Westlaw database and the more specialized Individuals with Disabilities Education Law Report (IDELR) that started with an impartial hearing officer decision in Illinois.
Subdivision (d) is amended to expressly state the authority of hearing officers so that the the rule is conformed to the current practice of assigning boating infraction cases to traffic hearing officers.
Mitchell Prugh is a general magistrate and child support enforcement hearing officer in the Seventh Circuit.
The Conoco case was decided by the Department's internal hearing officer in early February 1994.
The hearing officer also found that Pinnacle and Alfaro included numerous misrepresentations and omissions in the investment summaries for 11 private placement offerings, including grossly inflated natural gas prices, projected natural gas reserves, estimated gross returns and estimated monthly cash flows.
He also believes the district would be better served with an assistant city solicitor as hearing officer.
The appeals court ruled that a hearing officer exceeded his legal authority, including ordering punitive damages.
The Commissioner's failure to adopt the recommended decision of the hearing officer, therefore, was not error.
The hearing officer determined that, even though Kmart Properties had no employees or property in New Mexico, it had the minimum contacts under the Due Process Clause when it "purposefully availed itself of the benefits of an economic market in the forum state," citing Quill Corp.
Hearing Officer, in the answer to the complaint, I submitted a bill of $290 and a canceled check that was paid to me for the action.
In January 1992, hearing officer Julius Manacker upheld the board action.