Rule 124-15-02 | Objections to reports and recommendations.
(A) No objection may be made to any decision of an administrative law judge prior to the submission of the report and recommendation.
(B) Objections to a report and recommendation shall be filed within ten calendar days after receipt of the report and recommendation. Responses to objections shall be filed within ten calendar days after the opposing party's objections have been filed.
(1) The board may extend the time to file objections or responses to the report and recommendation.
(2) Objections to reports and recommendations should include both a brief statement of the case and a concise statement of each area of disagreement, together with supporting arguments and memoranda. Parties' objections or responses must be limited to evidence presented at hearing. Objections and responses to objections containing arguments based on evidence not already in the record shall be stricken.
(3) All objections and responses to objections shall have attached a certificate of service. If none is attached, then the board will not consider the objection or response.