(A) Unless made at a hearing or otherwise ordered, any request to the board shall be by written motion and shall be accompanied by a brief stating with particularity the grounds for the motion and citations of any authorities relied upon. Except for good cause shown, motions shall be filed within a reasonable period of time following filing of the notice of appeal so as to permit the board to consider and respond thereto in the orderly course of the board's business.
(B) Any party may file a brief contra within fourteen days after service of the motion, or such other period as the board or the attorney examiner requires.
(C) Any party may file a reply brief within seven days of service of a brief contra or such other period as the board or the attorney examiner requires.
(D) Motions for reconsideration of any decision of the board may be filed with the board only by a party or counsel of record in the proceedings before the board within thirty days of the date on which the decision was journalized. The filing of a motion for reconsideration shall not enlarge the period of time upon which an appeal may be taken from this board nor shall the filing of such motion suspend or toll the statutory appeal period. No motion for reconsideration will be determined by this board after an appeal to any court has been perfected.