N.J. Admin. Code § 14:17-8.1 - Purposes

(a) The purpose of this subchapter is to foster early settlement of cases pending before the Board or Office prior to the case being transmitted to the Office of Administrative Law and to provide a vehicle for the parties to file pre-transmittal motions with the Board for retention and disposition of certain issues. Pre-transmittal settlement conferences of parties or their attorneys may be held to provide opportunity for a settlement, subject to approval of the Board, of a proceeding or any of the issues therein, and for the submission and consideration of facts, argument, offers of settlement or proposals of adjustments, as time, the nature of the proceeding and the public interest may permit.
(b) Pre-transmittal conferences of parties or their attorneys may be held to expedite the disposition of any hearing. At such conferences there may be considered, in addition to the matters set forth in (a) above, the following:
1. Identification and simplification of the issues;
2. Admissions or stipulations of facts;
3. Identification of those matters or issues which should either be retained for disposition by the Board or be transmitted to the Office of Administrative Law; and
4. Such other matters as may be properly dealt with to aid in expediting the proceeding.


N.J. Admin. Code § 14:17-8.1

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