211 CMR 41.20 - Briefs

Current through Register 1466, April 1, 2022

(1) Parties shall file briefs within a period set by the Presiding Officer. Parties shall file five copies of briefs and serve one copy on each Party, unless the Presiding Officer directs that a different number of copies be provided. The Presiding Officer may set a page limit for briefs and may require Parties to file a copy of briefs by electronic means in a format determined by the Presiding Officer. Each brief shall include:
(a) A concise statement of the case;
(b) A clear and specific identification of all evidence relied upon by the filing Party, with references to the pages in the record where the evidence appears;
(c) Arguments and supporting authorities;
(d) A statement of the specific relief requested on each contested issue; and
(e) Any other information required by the Presiding Officer.
(2) Parties may submit reply briefs at the discretion of the Presiding Officer, within a period set by the Presiding Officer. Reply briefs must comply with the format, filing and service requirements of 211 CMR 41.20(1).

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211 CMR 41.20

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