Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR) - Table of Contents|
| Part Number:||2200|
| Part Title:||OSHA Review Commission|
| Standard Number:||2200|
| Title:||Table of Contents/Authority for 2200|
| GPO Source:||e-CFR|
PART 2200 - RULES OF PROCEDURE
Subpart A -- General Provisions
2200.2 Scope of rules; applicability of Federal Rules of Civil Procedure; construction.
2200.3 Use of gender and number.
2200.4 Computation of time.
2200.5 Extension of time.
2200.6 Record address.
2200.7 Service and notice.
2200.11 Protection of claims of privilege.
2200.12 References to cases.
Subpart B - Parties and Representatives
2200.20 Party status.
2200.21 Intervention; appearance by non-parties.
2200.22 Representation of parties and intervenors.
2200.23 Appearances and withdrawals.
2200.24 Brief of an amicus curiae.
Subpart C - Pleadings and Motions
2200.30 General rules.
2200.31 Caption; titles of cases.
2200.32 Signing of pleadings and motions.
2200.33 Notices of contest.
2200.34 Employer contests.
2200.35 Disclosure of corporate parents, subsidiaries, and affiliates.
2200.37 Petitions for modification of the abatement period.
2200.38 Employee contests.
2200.39 Statement of position.
2200.40 Motions and requests.
2200.41 Failure to obey rules.
Subpart D - Prehearing Procedures and Discovery
2200.51 Prehearing conferences and orders.
2200.52 General provisions governing discovery.
2200.53 Production of documents and things.
2200.54 Requests for admissions.
2200.57 Issuance of subpoenas; petitions to revoke or modify subpoenas; right to inspect or copy data.
Subpart E - Hearings
2200.60 Notice of hearing; location.
2200.61 Submission without hearing.
2200.62 Postponement of hearing.
2200.63 Stay of proceedings.
2200.64 Failure to appear.
2200.65 Payment of witness fees and mileage; fees of persons taking depositions.
2200.66 Transcript of testimony.
2200.67 Duties and powers of judges.
2200.68 Disqualification of the judge.
2200.69 Examination of witnesses.
2200.71 Rules of evidence.
2200.73 Interlocutory review.
2200.74 Filing of briefs and proposed findings with the Judge; oral argument at the hearing.
Subpart F - Posthearing Procedures
2200.90 Decisions of Judges.
2200.91 Discretionary review; petitions for discretionary review; statements in opposition to petitions.
2200.92 Review by the Commission.
2200.93 Briefs before the Commission.
2200.94 Stay of final order.
2200.95 Oral argument before the Commission.
2200.96 Commission receipt pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 2112(a)(1) of copies of petitions for judicial review of Commission orders when petitions for review are filled in two or more courts of appeals with respect to the same order.
Subpart G - Miscellaneous Provisions
2200.101 Settlement Judge procedure.
2200.103 Expedited proceeding.
2200.104 Standards of conduct.
2200.105 Ex parte communication.
2200.106 Amendment to rules.
2200.107 Special circumstances; waiver of rules.
2200.108 Official Seal of the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission.
Subpart H - Settlement Part
2200.120 Settlement procedure
Subparts I-L [Reserved]
Subpart M - E-Z Trial
2200.202 Eligibility for E-Z Trial.
2200.203 Commencing E-Z Trial.
2200.204 Discontinuance of E-Z Trial.
2200.205 Filing of pleadings.
2200.206 Disclosure of Information.
2200.207 Pre-hearing conference.
2200.210 Review of Judge's decision.
2200.211 Applicability of Subparts A through G.
Authority: 29 U.S.C. 661(g), unless otherwise noted. Section 2200.96 is also issued under 28 U.S.C. 2112(a).
[51 FR 32015, Sept. 8, 1986; 60 FR 41805, Aug. 14, 1995; 61 FR 50711, Sept. 27, 1996; 62 FR 35961, July 3, 1997; 62 FR 40933, July 31, 1997; 74 FR 63985, Dec. 7, 2009]
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