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Adjudication

The entry of a judgment, decree, or order by a judge or other decision-maker such as a master, referee, or hearing officer, based on the evidence submitted by the parties.

Question: How does withhold adjudication and records being expunged or sealed affect your career? I have been a licensed insurance agent for almost 10 years. I am facing either Drug Court/PTI or getting a withhold adjudication for my charges. Will this affect my state of licensing with the state of Florida?

Answer: Your best source of information on that topic is your Criminal Defense Attorney.

 


Adjudication Related Products and News

Right to adjudicate receives Mmaxximum protection

Lexology (registration)
In the original decision, the Lord Ordinary stated that the court would only deprive a party of an express right conferred by Parliament, such as the right to adjudicate in construction contracts, in the most exceptional circumstances. At the appeal, T ...
 

Sebi tweaks adjudication process to ensure fairness

Business Standard
Capital market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has tweaked its adjudication process to ensure more fairness and effectiveness. To ensure judicial discipline, Sebi, a quasi-judicial body, has decided that separate departments ...
 

Agencies Are Paying More to Avoid Costly Discrimination Adjudication

GovExec.com
Federal agencies doled out more money to settle discrimination complaints in fiscal 2012 than in the previous year, according to an analysis of Equal Employment Opportunity Commission reports. Agencies paid out $29 million in settlement-related ...
 

Swift adjudication will aid construction recovery

Lexology (registration)
Following service of a Notice of Adjudication by one party to a dispute, an independent Adjudicator will be appointed to consider the facts and the parties' respective positions and will make a final decision within 28 days of referral. This is ...
 

Pinsent Masons | Adjudication mandatory step in FIDIC disputes, says Swiss ...

Linex Legal (press release) (registration)
However, the Federal Supreme Court upheld the arbitral tribunal's jurisdiction in a case where the dispute adjudication board (DAB) contemplated by the contract was "not in place" 18 months into the dispute. The dispute arose in 2011 between a French ...
 

Adjudication: third party rights

Lexology (registration)
As Mr Justice Ramsey explained, this claim raised the issue of the extent to which the rights of a third party enforceable under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 (?the 1999 Act?) enabled that third party (Barclays Bank plc) to ...
 

Third Party Rights And Adjudication

Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
In the case of Hurley Palmer Flatt Limited v Barclays Bank PLC [2014] EWCA 3042 (TCC) ("Barclays"), Barclays as a third party to the appointment sought to refer a dispute to adjudication. The Court concluded that they were not entitled to do so ...
 

TCC confirms that referral of a dispute to FIDIC dispute adjudication board is ...

The Lawyer
A recent Technology and Construction Court (TCC) decision has confirmed that the referral of a dispute to a dispute adjudication board (DAB) under the FIDIC conditions of contract is mandatory and is a condition precedent to the referral of a dispute ...
 

Adjudication determination as a basis for statutory demand in WA

Lexology (registration)
A statutory demand based on an adjudication determination under the Construction Contracts Act 2004 (WA) without a court's leave, is at risk of being set-aside by the court. On the basis of the recent decision in Kellogg Brown & Root v Doric [2014 ...
 

Adjudication determination under the Construction Contracts Act 2004 as a ...

Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
A statutory demand based on an adjudication determination under the Construction Contracts Act 2004 (WA) without a court's leave, is at risk of being set-aside by the court. On the basis of the recent decision in Kellogg Brown & Root v Doric [2014 ...