Rule 4901-1-33 | Attorney examiner's reports and exceptions thereto.
(A) If ordered by the commission, the attorney examiner shall prepare a written report of his or her findings, conclusions, and recommendations, following the conclusion of a hearing. Such report shall be filed with the commission and served upon all parties.
(B) Any party may file exceptions to an attorney examiner's report within twenty days after such report is filed with the commission. Exceptions shall be stated and numbered separately, and shall be accompanied by a memorandum in support, setting forth the basis of the exceptions and citations of any authorities relied upon. If an exception relates to one or more findings of fact, the memorandum in support should, where practicable, include specific citations to any portions of the record relied upon in support of the exception.
(C) Any party may file a reply to another party's exceptions within fifteen days after the service of those exceptions.
Last updated January 25, 2024 at 3:43 PM
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Prior Effective Dates: 3/1/1981, 12/25/1987