(A) All motions and petitions made to the commission, except motions governed by paragraph (F) or ( J) of rule 4112-3-07 of the Administrative Code, shall contain a memorandum stating the reasons in support of the motion or petition and citing the authorities upon which the movant or petitioner relies. If the motion or petition requires consideration of facts not appearing in the record, the movant or petitioner shall also serve and file copies of all affidavits, depositions or other documentary evidence to be considered in support of the motion or petition.
(1) Any party opposing a motion or petition may file a responsive memorandum within seven days after service of the motion or petition. Where the circumstances warrant and upon equitable terms and conditions, the time period for filing a responsive memorandum may be extended by the commission.
(2) No reply or other memoranda may be filed except by special permission of the commission.
(B) Supporting memorandum required. The movant shall file with his or her motion a memorandum stating the reasons in support of the motion and citing the authorities upon which the movant relies. Every motion or petition and responsive memorandum shall be filed with the compliance department of the commission at "30 E. Broad Street, 5th Floor, Columbus, Ohio 43215" and served on all parties, with proof of service attached.
(C) Oral arguments will not be permitted except upon leave of the commission after a written request and proper showing by the movant or petitioner. The time of hearing and length of oral argument on a motion or petition filed under this rule shall be fixed by the commission.
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 06/12/2013 and 10/21/2018
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4112.04
Rule Amplifies: 4112.04, 4112.05
Prior Effective Dates: 11/4/71; 11/15/77; 12/23/79; 7/12/89; 8/10/97; 10/17/02