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Rule 3746-7-13 | Participation by amicus curiae.


(A) The commission may allow the filing of briefs, and in extraordinary circumstances, permit oral argument at hearing by an amicus curiae.

(B) A person wishing to participate in an appeal as an amicus curiae shall move the commission for permission to participate. Such a motion shall identify the interest of the person filing, shall state the reasons why his participation as an amicus curiae is desirable, and indicate whether he wishes to file a brief, present oral argument, or both.

(1) The motion shall be served upon the parties and filed with the commission.

(2) A party may file an objection to the granting of such motion in accordance with rule 3746-5-26 of the Administrative Code. The party shall set forth in detail his reasons for objecting to participation by an amicus curiae.

(C) An amicus brief and all briefs in response shall be filed at the time specified by the commission.

Supplemental Information

Authorized By: 3745.03
Amplifies: 3745.03, 3745.04, 3745.05
Five Year Review Date: 4/28/2025
Prior Effective Dates: 8/24/1973, 3/9/1999, 5/27/2004, 6/21/2009, 5/30/2014