(A) Upon the written request of the opposing party, a party shall supply, within seven calendar days of his receipt of the request, a list of the witnesses and the documents he intends to introduce at the hearing.
(B) Upon the written request of the opposing party, a party shall, within seven calendar days of his receipt of the request, permit the opposing party to view and copy, at his own expense, any evidence against him.
(C) Requests for lists for the examination of documents must be received by the party from whom information is sought not later than ten calendar days before the hearing.
(D) If a party fails, without good cause, to comply with this rule, such testimony or documents may, upon motion of the adversely affected party, be excluded from hearing before the committee. The committee shall determine whether a party has complied with this rule.
(E) The committee may continue hearings to permit discovery under this rule.
(F) A party may take the deposition of any witness residing within or without the state in the same manner as prescribed by law for the taking of depositions in civil actions in a court of common pleas. The cost of depositions taken under this paragraph shall be borne by the party calling the witness.
(G) A representative's work product is not subject to discovery.