OJCC

AcronymDefinition
OJCCOffice of the Judges of Compensation Claims
OJCCOttawa Japanese Cultural Centre (Canada)
OJCCOkanagan Jewish Community Centre (British Columbia, Canada)
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The application form is on the OJCC website, www.fljcc.org, under the Statewide Judicial Nominating Commission tab.
OJCC thanks J ose Monzon Sierra, the Consej o Nacional de Areas Protegidas (CONAP), and the Arthropod Collection at Universidad del Valle de Guatemala (UVGC), for making available specimens of Anaphidna obrieni.
Lazzara, the Workers' Compensation Rules Advisory Committee will review and evaluate the proposed rules and assist DOAH and the OJCC in drafting the rules.
The committee looks forward to working with DOAH and the OJCC.
Subsection 440.45(4) provides that the OJCC shall adopt rules to effect the purposes of this section.
When the Office of the Judges of Compensation Claims became part of DOAH in 2001, Brown led the effort that applied a similar program for the OJCC, which historically had had little central integration or technical support.
She and her team followed that with setting up a Web site for the OJCC, internally scanning documents for electronic access, and finally allowing registered users to electronically file documents with the OJCC, a process that is used about 20,000 times a month.
The new system, named "eJCC," allows registered attorneys to access their active case list and associated dockets, electronically file pleadings in active cases before the OJCC, view currently scheduled dates of hearings and mediations, and edit their official profile.
For more information visit the OJCC Web site at www.jcc.state.fl.us.
9.180(e) 44-0 Allows the OJCC to intervene in a limited number of cases when the usual adversary process does not fully protect the rights and duties covered b statute.
"The Office of the Judges of Compensation Claims (OJCC) is not a court of this state because it is neither the Supreme Court, a district court of appeal, a circuit court, nor a county court," the opinion said.
"Given that the OJCC is not an Article V court, but rather part of an executive department, we find that this court has no authority under the Florida Constitution, nor has this court ever had the constitutional authority to promulgate rules of practice and procedure for this executive entity.