Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR) - Table of Contents|
| Part Number:||2200|
| Part Title:||OSHA Review Commission|
| Subpart Title:||Miscellaneous Provisions|
| Standard Number:||2200.101|
| Title:||Settlement Judge procedure.|
| GPO Source:||e-CFR|
Sanctions. When any party has failed to plead or otherwise proceed as provided by these rules or as required by the Commission or Judge, he may be declared to be in default either on the initiative of the Commission or Judge, after having been afforded an opportunity to show cause why he should not be declared to be in default, or on the motion of a party. Thereafter, the Commission or Judge, in their discretion, may enter a decision against the defaulting party or strike any pleading or document not filed in accordance with these rules.2200.101(b)
Motion to set aside sanctions. For reasons deemed sufficient by the Commission or Judge and upon motion expeditiously made, the Commission or Judge may set aside a sanction imposed under paragraph (a) of this section. See § 2200.90(b)(3).2200.101(c)
Discovery sanctions. This section does not apply to sanctions for failure to comply with orders compelling discovery, which are governed by § 2200.52(f).2200.101(d)
Show cause orders. All show cause orders issued by the Commission or Judge under paragraph (a) of this section shall be served upon the affected party by certified mail, return receipt requested.
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