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If the decision is without basis, one may pursue an appeal of the decision
It is best also having a lawyer on hand to present the error in the determination for reconsideration
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Are you saying an appeal has to be done.
That is the main option I see from your facts
unless the lawyer can make a motion for reconsideration or reargument based on error