Hobart Administrative Law Lawyer, Indiana


Samuel George Vazanellis

Administrative Law, Animal Bite, Criminal, Bad Faith
Status:  In Good Standing           

Shauna Lange

Administrative Law, Bankruptcy, Medical Malpractice, Pension & Benefits
Status:  In Good Standing           

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Christopher R. Brown, DDS, Inc. v. DECATUR CTY. MEMORIAL HOSP.

... 1981). As to the Board's interpretation of the law, an appellate court employs a deferential standard of review to the interpretation of a statute by an administrative agency charged with its enforcement in light of its expertise in the given area. Natural Res. ...

Lush v. DEPT. OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

... On March 30, 2010, the administrative law judge ("ALJ") assigned to his case issued a Notice of Dismissal of the appeal due to Lush's failure to participate in the previously scheduled telephonic hearing. ... The Administrative Law Judge, therefore, dismissed the appeal. ...

Pierce v. State Dept. of Correction

... The State Personnel Department denied all of the complaints. The Teachers filed appeals to the SEAC, which assigned the proceeding to an administrative law judge. On July 7, 2006, the administrative law judge issued a "NON-FINAL ORDER," which provided, in part: ...