Concepts and Procedures in Whistleblower Law

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APPENDIX C:
FEDERAL REGULATIONS

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF LABOR 29 CFR SUBTITLE A (7–1–98 EDITION) PART 18—RULES OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS BEFORE THE OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES

Subpart A—General
18 1Scope of rules.
18.2Definitions.
18 3Service and filing of documents.
18.4Time computations.
18.5Responsive pleadings—answer and request for hearing.
18.6Motions and requests.
18.7Pre-hearing statements
18.8Pre-hearing conferences.
18.9Consent order or settlement: seulement judge procedure.
18 10Parties, how designated.
18 11Consolidation of hearings.
18.12Amicus curiae.
18.13Discovery methods.
18.14Scope of discovery
18 15Protective orders.
18.16Supplementation of responses
18.17Stipulations regarding discovery
18.18Written interrogatories to parties.
18.19Production of documents and other evidence: entry upon land for inspection and other purposes: and physical and mental examination.
18.20Admissions.
18.21Motion to compel discovery
18.22Depositions.
1823Use of depositions at hearings.
18 24Subpoenas.
18.25Designation of administrative law judge.
18.26Conduct of hearings.
18.27Notice of hearing.
18.28Continuances.
18.29Authority of administrative law judge.
18.30Unavailability of administrative law judge.
1831Disqualification
18 32Separation of functions.
18.33Expedition.
18.34Representation.
18.35Legal assistance.
18.36Standards of conduct.
18.37Hearing room conduct.
18.38Ex parte communications.
18.39Waiver of right to appear and failure to participate or to appear.
18.40Motion for summary decision.
18.41Summary decision.
18.42Expedited proceedings.
18.43Formal hearings.
18.44"Reservedl
18.45Official notice.
18.46In camera and protective orders
18.47Exhibits
18.48Records in other proceedings.
18.49Designation of parts of documents
18.50Authenticity.
18.51Stipulations.
18.52Record of hearings.
18.53Closing of hearings
18 54Closing the record
18.55Receipt of documents after hearing.
18.56Restricted access.
18 57Decision of the administrative law judge.
18.58Appeals.
18 59Certification of official record.

Subpart B—Rules of Evidence

GENERAL PROVISIONS
18.101Scope.
18.102Purpose and construction.
18.103Rulings on evidence.
18.104Preliminary questions.
18.105Limited admissibility.
18.106Remainder of or related writings or recorded statements.

OFFICIAL NOTICE
18.201Official notice of adjudicative facts

PRESUMPTIONS
18.301Presumptions in general.
18.302Applicability of state law.

RELEVANCY AND ITS LIMITS
18.401Definition of relevant evidence.
18.402Relevant evidence generally admissible: irrelevant evidence inadmissible.
18.403Exclusion of relevant evidence on grounds of confusion or waste of time.
18.404Character evidence not admissible to prove conduct: exceptions; other crimes.
18.405Methods of proving character.
18.406Habit: routine practice.
18.407Subsequent remedial measures.

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