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Title 14Chapter IISubchapter BPart 300


TITLE 14—Aeronautics and Space

CHAPTER II—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (AVIATION PROCEEDINGS)

SUBCHAPTER B—PROCEDURAL REGULATIONS

PART 300—RULES OF CONDUCT IN DOT PROCEEDINGS UNDER THIS CHAPTER

rule
§300.0
Applicability.
§300.0a
Applicability of 49 CFR part 99.
§300.1
Judicial standards of practice.
§300.2
Prohibited communications.
§300.3
Reporting of communications.
§300.4
Separation of functions in hearing cases.
§300.5
Prohibited conduct.
§300.6
Practitioners' standards of conduct.
§300.7
Conciseness.
§300.8
Gifts and hospitality and other conduct affecting DOT employees.
§300.9
Permanent disqualification of employees from matters in which they personally participated before joining DOT or the Civil Aeronautics Board.
§300.10
Temporary disqualification of employees from matters in which they had official responsibility before joining DOT.
§300.10a
Permanent and temporary disqualification of DOT employees.
§300.11
Disqualification of Government officers and employees.
§300.12
Practice of special Government employees permitted.
§300.13
Permanent disqualification of former Civil Aeronautics Board members and employees and DOT employees from matters in which they personally participated.
§300.14
Temporary disqualification of former DOT employees from matters formerly under their official responsibility.
§300.15
Opinions or rulings by the General Counsel.
§300.16
Waivers.
§300.17
Disqualification of partners of DOT employees.
§300.18
Motions to disqualify DOT employee in review of hearing matters.
§300.19
Use of confidential information.
§300.20
Violations.

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