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Family and Social Services Administration

FSSA Reference Guide > Administrative Law Judge Qualification Information ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE (ALJ) QUALIFICATION INFORMATION

Doug Seidman, Administrative Law Judge (ALJ)

ALJ Seidman received a BA degree in 1978 from Indiana University at Bloomington and a Juris Doctorate from Robert H. McKinney School of Law in 1981. ALJ Seidman is a licensed attorney in good standing and has worked as an attorney in State government for a total of 30 years, including fourteen and a half years as a Deputy Attorney General, five years as staff counsel for Indiana Department of Administration (IDOA) and 11.5 years as staff counsel for the Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA). ALJ Seidman has been involved in the administrative appeal process as counsel for the Respondent, Ultimate Agency Authority-Designee and has adjudicated over 200 cases as an FSSA ALJ handling Administrative Orders and Procedures Act (AOPA appeals. Some of the cases ALJ Seidman has handled include Medicaid provider appeals, overpayment determinations, provider agreement terminations, provider reimbursement denials, provider payment suspension appeals, the Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services (BDDS) level of care determinations, and terminations of Community Integration and Habilitation (CIH) waivers for BDDS.

Kevin Wild

ALJ Wild has been a licensed attorney in good standing with the Indiana Supreme Court since 1995. He began service with State government in 1997 and acted in an ALJ capacity since 1999. ALJ Wild has presided over AOPA matters including termination of provider agreements, overpayment determinations, BDDS level of care determinations, and BDDS CIH waiver denial appeals. ALJ Wild has also acted as the Ultimate Authority’s Designee. In addition to being an ALJ, Judge Wild has litigated and advised clients on issues related to employee discipline and performance, EEOC matters, agency rulemaking, aging and in-home services, and services for individuals with disabilities.

Compensation

All of the ALJ’s listed above are understood to be full time state employees with standard medical, insurance, leave, and any other state benefits available to them. See State Personnel Department’s (SPD) homepage for more information. Salary and other public information for state ALJs and other employees can be found at the Indiana Transparency Portal.