Oregon
Rule Rule 115-010-0095
Board Review


(1)

If timely objections are filed, parties will be given an opportunity to present oral argument to the Board. If a party desires to submit written argument in lieu of oral argument, it must be filed with the Board at least five days before the date set for argument.The written argument shall be typewritten, double-spaced on letter-sized paper, and no more than 30 pages, unless the Board approves a greater page limit.

(2)

When oral argument is provided, a party may submit a written memorandum in aid of oral argument. Any such written memorandum must be filed with the Board at least five days before the date set for oral argument. Any memorandum shall be typewritten, double-spaced on letter sized paper, and no more than 25 pages, unless the Board approves a greater page limit. The Board may strike any memorandum in aid of oral argument that does not comply with these rules.
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