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Title 29Subtitle APart 18


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle A—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF LABOR

PART 18—RULES OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS BEFORE THE OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES

rule

Subpart A—GENERAL

§18.1
Scope of rules.
§18.2
Definitions.
§18.3
Service and filing of documents.
§18.4
Time computations.
§18.5
Responsive pleadings—answer and request for hearing.
§18.6
Motions and requests.
§18.7
Prehearing statements.
§18.8
Prehearing conferences.
§18.9
Consent order or settlement; settlement judge procedure.
§18.10
Parties, how designated.
§18.11
Consolidation of hearings.
§18.12
Amicus curiae.
§18.13
Discovery methods.
§18.14
Scope of discovery.
§18.15
Protective orders.
§18.16
Supplementation of responses.
§18.17
Stipulations regarding discovery.
§18.18
Written interrogatories to parties.
§18.19
Production of documents and other evidence; entry upon land for inspection and other purposes; and physical and mental examination.
§18.20
Admissions.
§18.21
Motion to compel discovery.
§18.22
Depositions.
§18.23
Use of depositions at hearings.
§18.24
Subpoenas.
§18.25
Designation of administrative law judge.
§18.26
Conduct of hearings.
§18.27
Notice of hearing.
§18.28
Continuances.
§18.29
Authority of administrative law judge.
§18.30
Unavailability of administrative law judge.
§18.31
Disqualification.
§18.32
Separation of functions.
§18.33
Expedition.
§18.34
Representation.
§18.35
Legal assistance.
§18.36
Standards of conduct.
§18.37
Hearing room conduct.
§18.38
Ex parte communications.
§18.39
Waiver of right to appear and failure to participate or to appear.
§18.40
Motion for summary decision.
§18.41
Summary decision.
§18.42
Expedited proceedings.
§18.43
Formal hearings.
§18.44
[Reserved]
§18.45
Official notice.
§18.46
In camera and protective orders.
§18.47
Exhibits.
§18.48
Records in other proceedings.
§18.49
Designation of parts of documents.
§18.50
Authenticity.
§18.51
Stipulations.
§18.52
Record of hearings.
§18.53
Closing of hearings.
§18.54
Closing the record.
§18.55
Receipt of documents after hearing.
§18.56
Restricted access.
§18.57
Decision of the administrative law judge.
§18.58
Appeals.
§18.59
Certification of official record.
rule

Subpart B—RULES OF EVIDENCE

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

Official Notice

§18.201
Official notice of adjudicative facts.

Presumptions

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

Relevancy and Its Limits

§18.401
Definition of relevant evidence.
§18.402
Relevant evidence generally admissible; irrelevant evidence inadmissible.
§18.403
Exclusion of relevant evidence on grounds of confusion or waste of time.
§18.404
Character evidence not admissible to prove conduct; exceptions; other crimes.
§18.405
Methods of proving character.
§18.406
Habit; routine practice.
§18.407
Subsequent remedial measures.
§18.408
Compromise and offers to compromise.
§18.409
Payment of medical and similar expenses.
§18.410
Inadmissibility of pleas, plea discussion, and related statements.
§18.411
Liability insurance.

Privileges

§18.501
General rule.

Witnesses

§18.601
General rule of competency.
§18.602
Lack of personal knowledge.
§18.603
Oath or affirmation.
§18.604
Interpreters.
§18.605
Competency of judge as witness.
§18.606
[Reserved]
§18.607
Who may impeach.
§18.608
Evidence of character and conduct of witness.
§18.609
Impeachment by evidence of conviction of crime.
§18.610
Religious beliefs or opinions.
§18.611
Mode and order of interrogation and presentation.
§18.612
Writing used to refresh memory.
§18.613
Prior statements of witnesses.
§18.614
Calling and interrogation of witnesses by judge.
§18.615
Exclusion of witnesses.

Opinions and Expert Testimony

§18.701
Opinion testimony by lay witnesses.
§18.702
Testimony by experts.
§18.703
Bases of opinion testimony by experts.
§18.704
Opinion on ultimate issue.
§18.705
Disclosure of facts or data underlying expert opinion.
§18.706
Judge appointed experts.

Hearsay

§18.801
Definitions.
§18.802
Hearsay rule.
§18.803
Hearsay exceptions; availability of declarant immaterial.
§18.804
Hearsay exceptions; declarant unavailable.
§18.805
Hearsay within hearsay.
§18.806
Attacking and supporting credibility of declarant.

Authentication and Identification

§18.901
Requirement of authentication or identification.
§18.902
Self-authentication.
§18.903
Subscribing witness' testimony unnecessary.

Contents of Writings, Recordings, and Photographs

§18.1001
Definitions.
§18.1002
Requirement of original.
§18.1003
Admissibility of duplicates.
§18.1004
Admissibility of other evidence of contents.
§18.1005
Public records.
§18.1006
Summaries.
§18.1007
Testimony or written admission of party.
§18.1008
Functions of the judge.

Applicability

§18.1101
Applicability of rules.
§18.1102
[Reserved]
§18.1103
Title.
§18.1104
Effective date.
Appendix
Appendix to Subpart B of Part 18—Reporter's Notes


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