(A) Any party adversely affected by an order of the commission may appeal to the court of appeals of Franklin County, or if the appeal arises from an alleged violation of a law or regulation, to the court of appeals of the district in which the violation was alleged to have occurred. The party so appealing shall file with the commission a notice of appeal designating the order from which an appeal is being taken. A copy of such notice shall also be filed by the appellant with the court, and a copy shall be sent by certified mail to all other parties to the appeal. Such notices shall be filed and mailed within thirty days after the date upon which appellant received notice from the commission of the issuance of the order. No appeal bond shall be required to make an appeal effective.
(B) Filing a notice of appeal shall not operate as a suspension of the order of the commission.
(C) Within twenty days after receipt of the notice of appeal, the commission shall prepare and file in the court the complete record of proceedings out of which the appeal arises, including any transcript of testimony and other evidence submitted to the commission. The expense of preparing and transcribing the record shall be taxed as a part of the costs of the appeal.
(D) Any matter remanded to the commission by the court shall be disposed of in accordance with the order of the court.