Or. Admin. R. 800-001-0010 - Assistance in Hearing
(1) The Board Administrator or Compliance Specialist is authorized to appear (but not make legal argument) on behalf of the agency in a hearing or in a class of contested case hearings in which the Attorney General or the Deputy Attorney General has given written consent for such representation. A copy of the list of contested case hearings for which the Attorney General or the Deputy Attorney General has given consent is maintained by the agency and the Department of Justice.
(2) Legal argument as used in ORS 183.450(8) and this rule has the same meaning as in Model Rule OAR 137-003-0008(1)(d).
(3) When an agency employee represents the agency, the presiding officer shall advise such representative of the manner in which objections may be made and matters preserved for appeal. Such advice is of a procedural nature and does not change applicable law on waiver or the duty to make timely objection. Where such objections involve legal argument, the presiding officer shall provide reasonable opportunity for the agency officer or employee to consult legal counsel and permit such legal counsel to file written legal argument within a reasonable time after conclusion of the hearing.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 673
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