Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0800-02-21-.14 - SCHEDULING HEARING

(1) All parties or their counsel must participate in a scheduling hearing with a judge no more than sixty (60) days after a hearing request is filed.
(2) After the scheduling hearing is set, the clerk will send a docketing notice to all parties with the case number, time of the scheduling hearing, and judge assigned to the case. The clerk will also send information to the parties detailing the actions required to prepare for and participate in the hearing. Unless the judge determines that an in-person hearing is necessary, all scheduling hearings will be conducted telephonically or through other electronic means as determined by the judge.
(3) At the scheduling hearing, the parties will develop a discovery plan and a scheduling order to ensure timely, efficient, and fair resolution of the case.
(4) At the conclusion of the scheduling hearing, the judge may set a date for completion of post-discovery alternative dispute resolution and the compensation hearing.


Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0800-02-21-.14
Original rule filed April 1, 2014; effective June 30, 2014. Amendment filed March 3, 2015; effective June 1, 2015. Amendments filed September 1, 2016; effective November 30, 2016. Repeal and new rules filed May 3, 2019; effective August 1, 2019. Amendments filed September 22, 2023; effective 12/21/2023.

Authority: T.C.A. ยงยง 4-3-1409, 50-6-101, 50-6-233, 50-6-233(c), 50-6-236, 50-6-237, 50-6-239, and 50-6-239(c)(1); and Public Chapter 289 (2013), Sections 73, 79, 82, and 106.

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