1. Question : Both the federal government and state governments must afford citizens due process of law.
2. Question : Administrative law issues are handled at various levels of formality from informal to formal depending on the issue, the applicable statutes, authority, and intensity of disagreement.
3. Question : Timely and adequate notice to potentially affected parties is necessary for fair administrative hearings.
4. Question : Given that agencies may often choose to follow either the rulemaking or adjudication process, they may at times find it advantageous to achieve their goals by avoiding the formality of a hearing by changing the title of their actions to rulemaking.
5. Question : When an agency adjudicates an issue, legal formalities are usually involved.
6. Question : Informal rulemaking is a rarely used administrative tool.
7. Question : An agency must always follow an administrative law judge’s decision.
8. Question : The Administrative Procedure Act does not address the opportunity to present one’s case in writing.
9. Question : Regulatory negotiation uses private mediators to resolve conflicts between parties after the formal hearing process.
10. Question : There is a current increase in agency use of administrative law judges to conduct formal hearings.
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