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Randall R. Fearnow quoted in article “Legislative Group Delays Action on ALJ Panels to Retain Subject-Matter Expertise”

Indiana Lawyer

Below is an excerpt:

Like Klaine, Quarles & Brady LLP partner Randall R. Fearnow represents health care providers before various state agencies. He told the committee that in 25 years of practice, he could count on one hand the number of times his client prevailed before an Indiana ALJ. He said he routinely advises clients to prepare to try their case before the ALJ, lose, and then be prepared to retry the case in court. He said this structure means only clients who can afford to finance an appeal of an adverse agency do so.

Originally published in Indiana Lawyer, October 19, 2016

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