The CityAdmin section of their web site features a search tool for searching the decisions of a number of city agencies, including City Planning, Buildings, and the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH).
What does OATH stand for?
OATH stands for Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (New York, NY)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of OATH
We have 4 other meanings of OATH in our Acronym Attic
- Ohio Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches
- Ontario Access to Capital Program (Canada)
- Ohio Assistive Technology Distance Learning Project
- Oklahoma Association of Teacher Educators
- Office of Apprenticeship Training, Employer, and Labor Services (US DoL)
- Ongwediva Annual Trade Fair (Ongwediva, Namibia)
- Open Architecture Test Facility (US Navy)
- Organic Advisory Task Force (Minnesota)
- Ontario Association of Teachers of German
- Oxford Asian Textile Group (UK)
- OK, Allow slack, Take up slack, Help (underground/underwater rescue using a tending line)
- Ontario Association of Trading Houses (Canada)
- Open Authentication
- Organization of African Traditional Healers
- Oswald and the Herringbones (band)
- One-in-a-Thousand Society (est. 1992; high IQ society)
- Obligation Assimilable du Trésor Indexée sur l'iinflation
- Ontario Agricultural Training Institute (energy industry software developer)
- Open Access Technology International, Inc
- Obligation Assimilable du Trésor Indexée sur l'estimation (Provisoire de l'Indice des Prix)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Tax Executives Institute is pleased to submit the following comments with regard to Bill 14-208, the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings Establishment Act of 2001.
DCA joins six other government agencies that make their administrative decisions available on the Center for New York City Law web site including: the Tax Appeals Tribunal (decisions dating back to 1995), Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (opinions dating back to 1978), Office of Collective Bargaining (decisions dating back to 1968), Conflicts of Interest Board (advisory opinions and enforcement actions dating back to 1989), the Commission on Human Rights (decisions dating back to 1995), and the Loft Board (decisions dating back to 1996).
During the event, the Center will also present its annual "Civic Fame" certificates to: Roberto Valez, Chief Judge, Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH); Rose Rubin, Former Chief Judge, OATH; Charles McFaul, Deputy Chief Judge, OATH; John Spooner, Administrative Law Judge, OATH; and Margaret Reuter, Assistant Dean for Career Planning, New York Law School.