Issue: When are subsidiary issues moot?
|Area of Law:||Administrative Law, Administrative Law & Regulation (Federal and State)|
|Keywords:||Subsidiary issues; Moot; Support or refute an Administrative Law Judge's actions|
Subsidiary issues which serve only to support or refute an Administrative Law Judge’s actions are moot and ought not be further litigated on the merits. See In re P.L., A10-887 (Minn. Ct. App. Jan. 11, 2011).