If a party chooses to file an opposition, then the party should address any assertions from the exceptions that the opposing party disputes, including any assertions that any evidence, factual assertions, arguments (including affirmative defenses), requested remedies, or challenges to an awarded remedy were raised before the arbitrator. If the excepting party has requested an expedited, abbreviated decision under § 2425.7 of this part, then the party filing the opposition should state whether it supports or opposes such a decision and provide supporting arguments. The party filing the opposition must provide copies of any documents upon which it relies unless those documents are readily accessible to the Authority (as discussed in § 2425.4(b) of this part) or were provided with the exceptions. The opposition may be filed on an optional form provided by the Authority, or in any other format that is consistent with this section. A party's failure to use, or properly fill out, an Authority-provided form will not, by itself, provide a basis for dismissing an opposition.
Title 5 published on 2013-01-01
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