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This is a featured Texas title Administrative law handbook
Texas Office of the Attorney General. Latest received: 2022 Edition.
This publication from the Texas Attorney General covers adjudication, rulemaking, judicial review of each type of action, and enforcement of agency orders and rules as governed by the Administrative Procedure Act, as well as briefly discusses the Open Meetings and Public Information Acts.
Read online: https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/sites/default/files/files/divisions/general-oag/adminlaw_hb.pdf
This is a featured Texas title Administrative proceedings deskbook
By Texas Justice Court Training Center. Texas Justice Court Training Center. Fourth edition. 2023.
"This deskbook on Administrative Proceedings is intended to offer a practical and readily accessible source of information relating to issues you are likely to encounter in the various administrative proceedings in justice court." -- from the introduction
Download as PDF: https://docs.gato.txst.edu/659581/Administrative%20Deskbook%20-%20Fourth%20Edition.pdf
This is a featured Texas title Fair and Fraud Hearings Handbook
Texas Department of Health and Human Services. 2014.
The Fair and Fraud Hearings section of the Appeals Division, Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC), receives appeal requests from applicants and clients contesting actions taken regarding benefits and services of various programs. These include the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) (formerly known as the Food Stamp Program), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), all Medicaid-funded services, and other agency programs that are required by state or federal law, or rules, to provide the right to a fair hearing. Hearings officers conduct hearings, consider evidence and issue decisions in accordance with rules, regulations and state and federal law. The Fair and Fraud Hearings Handbook provides guidance on the appeal process for applicants, clients, client representatives, program representatives and hearings officers.
This is a featured Texas title Texas administrative practice and procedure
Latest received: Automatic updates. By Beal, Ronald L. LEXIS Law Pub., Parker Publications Division. c1997-.
This two-volume set covers administrative procedure in Texas, including the most recent major revisions to the Rules of Practice and Procedure for the State Office of Administrative Hearings and the latest development from judicial rulings. All steps of the administrative procedure are explained in detail from pre-hearing to hearing, to post-hearing, to judicial review.
Read online: https://lexisdl.com/library/txsll/set/501786
This is a featured Texas title Texas drunk driving law
Latest received: 2024 Edition. By Hoelscher, Joseph F. Matthew Bender & Company, Inc. 2017-.
"LexisNexis Practice Guide: Texas Drunk Driving Law is designed to guide you step-by-step through your practice of drunk driving law. The Practice Guide provides comprehensive coverage of the essentials for trial practice, supported by citations to the most relevant state and federal case law, rules, and statutes. This indispensable guidebook for maintaining a successful DWI practice contains numerous sample forms, helpful practice tips, and authoritative resources." - publisher's description
Read online: https://lexisdl.com/library/txsll/title/7264674
This is a featured Texas title Texas litigation guide
Latest received: Automatic updates. M. Bender. 1977-.
This comprehensive set explains the law and procedure in a given area and then provides drafting guides to prepare the forms. The set is divided into 10 different units: Pretrial Practice, Trial Practice, Appellate Practice, Pleadings in Business Entity Litigation, Pleadings in Commercial Litigation, Pleadings in Real Estate Litigation, Pleadings in Personal Injury Litigation, Family Code Litigation, Probate Code Litigation, and Administrative Proceedings. (Due to publisher restrictions, this title may only be checked out from home by government employees. Members of the public must visit the library in person to view this title electronically or in print.)
Note: This electronic copy can only be checked out from home by government employees, but librarians may be able to provide a short excerpt to library patrons upon request.
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By Aman, Alfred C. West Academic Publishing. Fourth edition. .
"This treatise sets forth a comprehensive analysis of administrative law in the United States. Administrative law continues to evolve in interesting ways in all of its various dimensions. The authors address the new developments in the law of standing, congressional attempts to make agencies more accountable, and the continuing evolution of Chevron deference, among other issues. The fundamental purposes of this book are to assess and explain fundamental doctrines of administrative law, placing some of the most important aspects of those doctrines in a historical context, and setting forth the current state of the law. The book is intended to serve practitioners, scholars and students of administrative law." - publisher's description
By Gellhorn, Ernest. West Academic Publishing. Sixth edition. .
"This book offers a concise, knowledgeable guide to administrative law. In straightforward, readable prose, the authors not only summarize the dominant statutes and case law in the area, but also discuss informal administrative processes and the background realities of the regulatory state. Students can use the book as a complement to any major casebook, and practitioners will also find it an excellent brief introduction to this complex and important subject." - publisher's description
By Kinney, Eleanor D. West Academic Publishing. .
"This Nutshell addresses the administrative law governing the financing and delivery of health care. Administrative law governs the administrative operations of government agencies. It sets the powers that administrative agencies may exercise, establishes the legal principles governing the exercise of those powers, and provides legal remedies to those aggrieved by the actions of agencies. State and federal agencies are deeply involved in the financing and delivery of health care. They address public health, licensure of professionals and facilities and financing health care services through public health insurance programs. The reach of administrative law governing state and federal healthcare agencies is immense and immensely important to the financing and delivery of American health care." - publisher's description
By Miller, Lisa. American Bar Association. ;2019-10. 2019.
The U.S. federal government, as well as every state and territory of the United States, maintains an expansive administrative apparatus that each year affects millions of individuals, businesses, and institutions. Though they have much in common, the federal government, each state government, and the government of every U.S. territory have each developed unique approaches to administrative law and process. This book helps guide practitioners as they follow the Administrative Procedures Act (APA) requirements of the U.S. federal government, a particular state, or a territory of the United States in which counsel's matter is in process. Because every territory has a body of law to guide participants in the administrative process, advocates should consult these governmental resources for guidance and direction in their particular locations. Practitioners should use the examples in this volume as illustrative instructional guidance.
Read online: http://lexisdl.com/library/txsll/title/5098749
By Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice. American Bar Association. 2;2. 2014.
This book is an updated version of the original Blackletter Statement of Federal Administrative Law (2004), which represents collective views on the interpretation and application of the Administrative Procedures Act. The book is broken into six key topic categories of administrative law: • Adjudication • Informal Rulemaking • Scope of Review • The Availability of Judicial Review of Administrative Action • Freedom of Information, Sunshine, Advisory Committees • Government Management of the Administrative Process
Read online: http://lexisdl.com/library/txsll/title/1861185
By Divis, Robert. American Bar Association. 2019;2020-07. 2020.
This volume covers the five core areas of administrative law. Administrative Adjudication; Constitutional Law and Separation of Powers; Judicial Review; Rulemaking; and Government Information and Privacy It also provides summaries of the most important developments in specialized areas of practice, and these specialized areas vary from year to year.
Read online: http://lexisdl.com/library/txsll/title/5674194
By Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice. American Bar Association. 2018;2019-10. 2019.
Developments in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice ffers scholars and practitioners in administrative law, and those interested in this area of law, an understanding of the developments in the five core areas of administrative law: Administrative Adjudication Constitutional Law and Separation of Powers Judicial Review Rulemaking Government Information and Privacy
Read online: http://lexisdl.com/library/txsll/title/5098707
By Funk, William. American Bar Association. 5;2020-09. 2020.
This new fith edition features explanations of and access to key procedural laws and presidential directives that apply across-the-board to federal agencies, such as significant statutes, executive orders, memoranda, primary sources, legislative history, bibliographies, and commentary on source documents. The Sourcebook is designed for both lawyers and non-lawyers at federal agencies and for anyone who needs to know more about any of the key federal procedural statutes.
Read online: http://lexisdl.com/library/txsll/title/5750177
By American Bar Association. American Bar Association. Second;EB2ED. 2015.
Originally published in 2007, the FTC Practice and Procedure Manual has been updated to reflect important developments at the agency in recent years. The FTC continues to be an active and influential authority in both competition and consumer protection matters, and an understanding of the agency is necessary for everyone who practices in those fields. The FTC Practice and Procedure Manual is intended to provide a "how-to" guide for lawyers and parties involved in both competition and consumer protection matters before the FTC. The manual's primary focus is on procedural matters rather than substantive antitrust or consumer protection law (subjects covered by other Section publications). It outlines the FTC's statutory authority, in particular Section 5 of the FTC Act, underlying the competition and consumer protection missions. It also describes in detail the FTC's organizational structure and rules, procedural issues relating to mergers, rules and procedures for investigations (incl…
Read online: http://lexisdl.com/library/txsll/title/2404969
By Lubbers, Jeffrey S. American Bar Association. 6;2019-02. 2019.
?As procedures governing the rulemaking process have proliferated since the Administrative Procedure Act was enacted, the potential procedural pitfalls have multiplied. This 6th edition brings the Guide up-to-date with respect to recent cases and changes introduced during the latter half of the Obama Administration and the early years of the Trump Administration.
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By Herz, Michael E. American Bar Association. 1;2016-2. 2016.
This updated edition provides a thorough overview of the law of judicial and political control of federal agencies. The primary focus is on the availability and scope of judicial review, but the book also discusses the control exercised by the U.S. President and Congress. This comprehensive guide is a companion to two other titles published by the Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice: A Guide to Federal Agency Adjudication and A Guide to Federal Agency Rulemaking.
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By Mullens, David Daniel. American Bar Association. ;2020-04. 2020.
This book is about how to successfully fight for the payment of medically reasonable and necessary services when Medicare erroneously denies payment, or when Medicare erroneously demands a repayment of overpayment. The information in this book will help Medicare providers, Medicare billing companies, and health care attorneys who represent Medicare providers to prepare for Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) hearings—and will help you win those ALJ decisions.
Read online: http://lexisdl.com/library/txsll/title/5408027
By Checkoway, Allan. American Bar Association. ;2019-06. 2019.
A guide from the American Bar Association on the process of filing for disability benefits, whether that be through a private insurer, the Social Security Administration (SSA) or the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). For those looking to purchase disability insurance, this guide also includes helpful information on the types of coverage available and explains commonly-used terminology.
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By Werhan, Keith. West Academic Publishing. Third edition. 2019.
"This book provides an accessible, yet sophisticated treatment of the essential principles of administrative law. Topics covered include a history of the American administrative state; theories of agency behavior; separation of powers and procedural due process, as they are implicated by the administrative process; the procedural framework of the Administrative Procedure Act; formal adjudicatory procedure; informal rulemaking procedure; and the availability, timing, and scope of judicial review. The book includes charts and diagrams that assist the reader in visualizing the major elements of the administrative process." - publisher's description
By Pendleton, Abby. American Bar Association. 1;1. 2015.
A complete overview of the Medicare FFS audit and Medicare appeals environment. The vast majority of Medicare claims are processed without undergoing claims review, creating vulnerability for the Medicare Trust Funds. Through various legislative actions, CMS has contracted with claims review entities to perform post-payment and pre-payment claims review, and audits of Medicare FFS claims have increased exponentially over the past decade. The book presents an overview of the various CMS contractors performing claims review (including post-payment and pre-payment auditing activities). Additionally, the uniform Medicare Part A and Part B appeals process is covered in great detail. Appeal strategies are set forth along with legal challenges applicable to Part A and Part B unfavorable claims determinations, with which attorneys should familiarize themselves when representing a health care entities subject to audit. A helpful list of resources and references is included to further aid the re…
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