N.J. Admin. Code § 7:1J-9.14 - Submission of briefs

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022

(a) At any time before or during the hearing, the board may direct the parties to submit briefs on such legal issues as the board deems necessary for final determination of the claim. All parties shall serve copies of such briefs on each arbitrator, on all parties, and on the administrator. The board shall determine when the briefs are to be filed and shall notify the parties and the administrator of the filing date. The failure of a party to file such a brief shall not operate to delay the proceedings or the rendering of a decision by the board within the time limits specified in this subchapter or in the Act.
(b) Within 10 days after the board has determined that the parties have no further proofs to offer or witnesses to be heard, the board may direct the parties to submit to the board proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law. The board may also require any party to prepare supplemental legal memoranda on any issue that the board deems appropriate.
(c) Any party desiring reconsideration of any of the rulings of the Board rendered under 7:1J-9.16 shall move within 10 days after receiving the determination of the Board.

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