Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, Workers' Compensation Division

Rule Rule 436-001-0240
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(1) Not more than 30 days after referring a request for hearing to the board, the division will provide the parties and the administrative law judge with copies of all documents in the director’s record.
(2) Not less than 28 days before the hearing, or within seven days of receipt of the director’s record, whichever is later, the insurer or self-insured employer must provide the other parties legible copies of all documents, from the director’s record, that the insurer or self-insured employer will rely on at hearing. The documents must be numbered and indexed as provided in OAR 438-007-0018 (Exchange and Admission of Exhibits at Hearing)(1).
(3) Not less than 14 days before the hearing, or within seven days of receipt of the insurer’s or self-insured employer’s documents and index, whichever is later, the other parties must provide legible copies of any additional documents, from the director’s record, that they will rely on at hearing. The documents must be numbered and indexed as provided in OAR 438-007-0018 (Exchange and Admission of Exhibits at Hearing)(2).
(4) The parties may include with their documents and indexes documents that are not included in the director’s record only if new evidence is allowed under OAR 436-001-0225 (Scope of Review/Limitations on the Record).
(5) Before or at the hearing, the parties must submit their documents and indexes to the administrative law judge as provided in OAR 438-007-0018 (Exchange and Admission of Exhibits at Hearing) or as otherwise required by the administrative law judge.
(6) Unless withdrawn, all documents offered by a party will be included in the hearing file, whether or not they are admitted into the evidentiary record by the administrative law judge.
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