In today's Federal Newscast, military medical facilities are postponing all elective surgeries, invasive procedures and dental procedures due to the response to coronavirus.
Stanford Law School law professor David Freeman Engstrom joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin with what they found.
The Social Security Administration wants to activate 80-year-old legal authority for hearing disability cases.
Several recent court decisions involving the appointments clause and the structure of quasi-judicial boards may have big consequences for administrative judges and other board members at the Merit Systems Protection Board, Federal Service Impasses Panel and other federal agencies.
More than half the Social Security workforce is crabby over contracts.
Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke earlier with the president of the Association of Administrative Law Judges, Melissa McIntosh, about the outcome.
Federal employees have a new flexibility to earn time off for religious reasons, while Congress considers a partial solution to resolve a shortcoming at the member-less Merit Systems Protection Board.
In today's Federal Newscast, another former member of the intelligence community was found to have conspired with Chinese intelligence services.
Fifty years since passage of the Federal Magistrates Act, the Federal Bar Association continues to work on behalf of members of the federal judiciary and of administrative law judges.
For those making claims — including for disability benefits — against government agencies, some federal judges say they should pay attention to a new White House directive allowing administrative law judges to be politically appointed.
The Trump administration says a recent Supreme Court case decision is prompting the White House to change the current hiring process for administrative law judges.