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Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR) - Table of Contents
• Part Number: 2200
• Part Title: OSHA Review Commission
• Subpart: M
• Subpart Title: Simplified Proceedings
• Standard Number: 2200.204
• Title: Discontinuance of Simplified Proceedings.
• GPO Source: e-CFR


Procedure. If it becomes apparent at any time that a case is not appropriate for Simplified Proceedings, the Judge assigned to the case may, upon motion by any party or upon the Judge's own motion, discontinue Simplified Proceedings and order the case to continue under conventional rules. Before discontinuing Simplified Proceedings, the Judge will consult with the Chief Administrative Law Judge.


Party Motion. At any time during the proceedings any party may request that Simplified Proceedings be discontinued and that the matter continue under conventional procedures. A motion to discontinue must be in writing and explain why the case is inappropriate for Simplified Proceedings. All other parties will have 7 days from the filing of the motion to state their agreement or disagreement and their reasons. Joint motions to return a case to conventional proceedings shall be granted by the Judge and do not require a showing of good cause.


Ruling. If Simplified Proceedings are discontinued, the Judge may issue such orders as are necessary for an orderly continuation under conventional rules.

[57 FR 41689, Sept. 11, 1992; 60 FR 41805, Aug. 14, 1995; 70 FR 22792, May 3, 2005; 74 FR 63987, Dec. 7, 2009]

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