39 CFR 957.14 - Appearances.

§ 957.14 Appearances.
(a) A Respondent may appear and be heard in person or by attorney.
(b) An attorney may practice before the Postal Service in accordance with applicable rules issued by the Judicial Officer (see part 951 of this chapter).
(c) When a Respondent is represented by an attorney, all pleadings and other papers subsequent to the notice of proposed debarment shall be mailed to the attorney.
(d) All counsel shall promptly file notices of appearance. Changes of Respondent's counsel shall be recorded by notices from retiring and succeeding counsel and from the Respondent.
(e) After a request for a hearing has been filed pursuant to the rules in this part, the Law Department shall represent the Vice President in further proceedings relative to the hearing and shall in its notice of appearance identify the individual member of such office who has been assigned to handle the case on its behalf.
[36 FR 11574, June 16, 1971, as amended at 63 FR 66051, Dec. 1, 1998]

Title 39 published on 2013-07-01

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