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Title 5Chapter XIVSubchapter CPart 2423


TITLE 5—Administrative Personnel

CHAPTER XIV—FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY, GENERAL COUNSEL OF THE FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY AND FEDERAL SERVICE IMPASSES PANEL

SUBCHAPTER C—FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY AND GENERAL COUNSEL OF THE FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY

PART 2423—UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICE PROCEEDINGS

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§2423.0
Applicability of this part.

Subpart A—FILING, INVESTIGATING, RESOLVING, AND ACTING ON CHARGES

§2423.1
Can a Regional Office help the parties resolve unfair labor practice disputes before a Regional Director decides whether to issue a complaint?
§2423.2
What Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) services does the OGC provide?
§2423.3
Who may file charges?
§2423.4
What must you state in the charge and what supporting evidence and documents should you submit?
§2423.5
[Reserved]
§2423.6
What is the process for filing and serving copies of charges?
§2423.7
[Reserved]
§2423.8
How are charges investigated?
§2423.9
How are charges amended?
§2423.10
What actions may the Regional Director take with regard to your charge?
§2423.11
What happens if a Regional Director decides not to issue a complaint?
§2423.12
What types of settlements of unfair labor practice charges are possible after a Regional Director decides to issue a complaint but before issuance of a complaint?
§§2423.13-2423.19
[Reserved]
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Subpart B—POST COMPLAINT, PREHEARING PROCEDURES

§2423.20
Issuance and contents of the complaint; answer to the complaint; amendments; role of Office of Administrative Law Judges.
§2423.21
Motions procedure.
§2423.22
Intervenors.
§2423.23
Prehearing disclosure.
§2423.24
Powers and duties of the Administrative Law Judge during prehearing proceedings.
§2423.25
Post complaint, prehearing settlements.
§2423.26
Stipulations of fact submissions.
§2423.27
Summary judgment motions.
§2423.28
Subpoenas.
§2423.29
[Reserved]
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Subpart C—HEARING PROCEDURES

§2423.30
General rules.
§2423.31
Powers and duties of the Administrative Law Judge at the hearing.
§2423.32
Burden of proof before the Administrative Law Judge.
§2423.33
Posthearing briefs.
§2423.34
Decision and record.
§§2423.35-2423.39
[Reserved]
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Subpart D—POST-TRANSMISSION AND EXCEPTIONS TO AUTHORITY PROCEDURES

§2423.40
Exceptions; oppositions and cross-exceptions; oppositions to cross-exceptions; waiver.
§2423.41
Action by the Authority; compliance with Authority decisions and orders.
§2423.42
Backpay proceedings.
§§2423.43-2423.49
[Reserved]


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