45 CFR Subpart F - Hearing Procedures

  1. § 1149.26 What kind of hearing is contemplated?
  2. § 1149.27 What is the role of the ALJ?
  3. § 1149.28 What does the ALJ have the authority to do?
  4. § 1149.29 What rights do you have at the hearing?
  5. § 1149.30 How are the functions of the ALJ separated from those of the investigating official and the reviewing official?
  6. § 1149.31 Can the reviewing official or the ALJ be disqualified?
  7. § 1149.32 Do you have a right to review documents?
  8. § 1149.33 What type of discovery is authorized and how is it conducted?
  9. § 1149.34 How are motions for discovery handled?
  10. § 1149.35 When may an ALJ grant a motion for discovery?
  11. § 1149.36 How are depositions handled?
  12. § 1149.37 Are witness lists and exhibits exchanged before the hearing?
  13. § 1149.38 Can witnesses be subpoenaed?
  14. § 1149.39 Who pays the costs for a subpoena?
  15. § 1149.40 When may I file a motion to quash a subpoena?
  16. § 1149.41 Are protective orders available?
  17. § 1149.42 What does a protective order protect?
  18. § 1149.43 How are documents filed and served with the ALJ?
  19. § 1149.44 What must documents filed with the ALJ include?
  20. § 1149.45 How is time computed?
  21. § 1149.46 Where is the hearing held?
  22. § 1149.47 How will the hearing be conducted?
  23. § 1149.48 Who has the burden of proof?
  24. § 1149.49 How is evidence presented at the hearing?
  25. § 1149.50 How is witness testimony presented?
  26. § 1149.51 How can I exclude a witness?
  27. § 1149.52 Will the hearing proceedings be recorded?
  28. § 1149.53 Are ex parte communications between a party and the ALJ permitted?
  29. § 1149.54 Are there sanctions for misconduct?
  30. § 1149.55 What happens if I fail to comply with an order?
  31. § 1149.56 Are post-hearing briefs required?