29 CFR 18.53 - Closing of hearings.

§ 18.53 Closing of hearings.
The administrative law judge may hear arguments of counsel and may limit the time of such arguments at his or her discretion, and may allow briefs to be filed on behalf of either party but shall closely limit the time within which the briefs for both parties shall be filed, so as to avoid unreasonable delay.
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§ 18.53 Supplementing disclosures and responses.

(a) In general. A party who has made a disclosure under § 18.50(c) - or who has responded to an interrogatory, request for production, or request for admission - must supplement or correct its disclosure or response:

(1) In a timely manner if the party learns that in some material respect the disclosure or response is incomplete or incorrect, and if the additional or corrective information has not otherwise been made known to the other parties during the discovery process or in writing; or

(2) As ordered by the judge.

(b) Expert witness. For an expert whose report must be disclosed under § 18.50(c)(2)(ii), the party's duty to supplement extends both to information included in the report and to information given during the expert's deposition. Any additions or changes to this information must be disclosed by the time the party's prehearing disclosures under § 18.50(c)(3) are due.

[80 FR 28785, May 19, 2015, as amended at 80 FR 37540, July 1, 2015]

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