(A) Unless otherwise ordered by the board or an attorney examiner, a copy of all motions or pleadings, briefs, papers and other documents filed with the board subsequent to the notice of appeal shall be served upon the counsel of record or the parties, if not represented by counsel, at the time of filing.
(B) All motions or pleadings, briefs, papers and other documents shall contain a certificate of service indicating that the required service has been made, the manner in which service was made, and the names and addresses of the parties or counsel of record upon whom service was made.
(C) Service upon the counsel of record or a party shall be made by delivering or mailing a copy to counsel's or the party's last known address upon the board's records. Service by mail is complete upon mailing and effective upon the third day following mailing. Service may be made by fax transmission and will be deemed effective in accordance with rule 5717-1-22 of the Administrative Code.
(D) To protect legitimate personal privacy interests, social security and other personal identifying numbers (e.g., financial account numbers) shall be redacted from all documents, including statutory transcripts, before the documents are filed with the board. The responsibility for redacting personal identifying numbers rests solely with the attorneys and parties who file the documents. If personal identifying information has been redacted from a document but is necessary for the board's determination of the case, the board may order, upon motion or sua sponte, that an un-redacted copy of the document be filed.
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 01/23/2013 and 03/01/2017
Promulgated Under: 5703.14
Statutory Authority: 5703.02, 5703.14
Rule Amplifies: 5703.02
Prior Effective Dates: 10/20/1977, 3/24/1989, 3/1/1996, 5/01/2008