Trump Gives SEC and Other Agencies More Leeway in Choosing ALJs

President Donald Trump on July 10 allowed the SEC and other agencies that employ administrative law judges greater leeway in just how they find and hire those ALJs. Some industry observers are welcoming the move as an important step to streamline the hiring process, while others are questioning whether politically appointed agency heads will now be able to appoint ALJs that meet their political points of view.
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