Current through Register Vol. 22-07, April 1, 2022
(1) A motion is an application for an order
or ruling. Every motion shall be filed separately in writing, and not contained
within a brief, unless made during a hearing; shall state with particularity
the grounds; and shall set forth the relief or order sought.
(2) The deadline for filing certain motions
is established in the prehearing order. No written motion may be filed after
the date specified in the order without written permission of the presiding
officer which may be granted for good cause shown.
(3) Unless the prehearing order or other
order in the case establishes a different deadline, a party served with a
motion shall have ten days from the date of service of the motion to respond to
it. The presiding officer may allow the moving party to reply to the
(4) A party filing a
motion on a routine matter is encouraged to inform other parties and to
indicate in the motion whether it is filed with the concurrence of other
(5) A motion on procedural
matters will generally be decided by the presiding officer without a
(6) The presiding officer,
taking into consideration the complexity and finality of the issues raised in a
motion, may, in the officer's discretion, schedule a telephonic hearing for
argument of the motion to the board or may defer consideration of the motion
until the hearing on the merits.