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52 Pa. Code § 1003.76. Conduct.

§ 1003.76. Conduct.

 (a)  Trial counsel representing the Enforcement Department, or an employee involved in the hearing process, may not discuss the case ex parte with a presiding officer assigned to the case, the General Counsel or an attorney assigned to the case by the General Counsel.

 (b)  A presiding officer, the General Counsel or an attorney assigned to the case by the General Counsel or a member of the Authority may not discuss or exercise a direct supervisory responsibility over any employee with respect to an enforcement hearing with which the employee is involved.

 (c)  If it becomes necessary for the General Counsel or an attorney appointed by the General Counsel or a member of the Authority to become involved on behalf of the Authority in any formal proceeding, the General Counsel or an attorney appointed by the General Counsel or the member of the Authority involved shall be prohibited from participating in the adjudication of that matter.



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