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A guide to federal agency adjudication
304 pages. Updated by new edition.
An administrative procedure is increasingly the first step an individual must take in resolving a dispute especially in the area of government benefits. Agency adjudications impact individuals in very important ways. When individuals view the adjudication procedures as giving them a fair chance to have their say, they are more likely to feel satisfied with the decision. This prevents every dispute going onto formal court proceedings. This handbook covers due process under the under the Administrative Procedures Act, as well as, how to ensure the same protection under proceedings not governed by the APA. The 2012 “A Blackletter Statement of Federal Administrative Law”, prepared by the Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice of the American Bar Association is included as Appendix A.