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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 16-721


Appeal of Lori A. Moore; Consent Waiver; Doc. No. CW11-11-002

[46 Pa.B. 2145]
[Saturday, April 23, 2016]

 A prehearing telephone conference shall be held on May 10, 2016, at 10 a.m. Each party shall provide the Hearings Administrator on or before May 6, 2016, a telephone number to be used for the telephone conference. A hearing will occur on May 24, 2016, at 10 a.m. in the Administrative Hearings Office, Room 200, Capitol Associates Building, 901 North Seventh Street, Harrisburg, PA 17102. Motions preliminary to those at hearing, protests, petitions to intervene, notices of appearance or notices of intervention, if any, must be filed with the Hearings Administrator at the previously listed address on or before April 28, 2016. Answers to petitions to intervene, if any, shall be filed on or before May 9, 2016. On or before May 17, 2016, parties must exchange proposed exhibits, the names of witnesses, and provide an offer of proof with respect to each witness, and informally attempt to resolve undisputed facts of stipulation.

 If an attorney or representative for a party attending the conference does not have complete settlement authority relative to this matter, the party or person with full settlement authority shall be available by telephone during the conference.

 At the prehearing conference/telephone conference, the parties shall be prepared to discuss settlement, stipulations, witnesses and the documents anticipated for use at the hearing, estimated time for the hearing, special evidentiary or legal issues and other matters relevant to the orderly, efficient and just resolution of this matter.

 Pending hearing, parties shall exchange proposed exhibits, the names of witnesses, and provide an offer of proof with respect to each witness, and informally attempt to resolve undisputed facts by stipulation.

 No prehearing memoranda or other written submissions are required for the prehearing/settlement conference; however, the parties are encouraged to discuss settlement and possible stipulations pending the conference.

 Except as established at the prehearing conference, both parties shall appear at the scheduled hearing prepared to offer all relevant testimony or other evidence. Each party must bring documents, photographs, drawings, claims, files, witnesses, and the like, necessary to support the party's case. A party intending to offer documents or photographs into evidence shall bring enough copies for the record and for each opposing party.

 The Presiding Officer will consider a written request for continuance of the scheduled proceedings, for good cause only. Prior to requesting a continuance, a party must contact the opposing party. All continuance requests must indicate whether the opposing party objects to a continuance.

Insurance Commissioner

[Pa.B. Doc. No. 16-721. Filed for public inspection April 22, 2016, 9:00 a.m.]

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