TITLE 68: PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
CHAPTER VII: DEPARTMENT OF PROFESSIONAL REGULATION
SUBCHAPTER a: ADMINISTRATIVE RULES
PART 1110 RULES OF PRACTICE IN ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS
SECTION 1110.90 REPRESENTATION


 

Section 1110.90  Representation

 

a)         A party may be represented by an attorney who is licensed in Illinois.  Attorneys who appear in a representative capacity must file written notice of appearance setting forth:

 

1)         The name, address and telephone number of the attorney;

 

2)         The name and address of the party represented; and

 

3)         An affirmative statement indicating that the attorney is licensed in Illinois.

 

b)         An attorney may withdraw from employment as a representative only upon written notice to the Department which states his specific reasons therefor.

 

c)         Any individual may appear on his own behalf.

 

d)         A corporation may be represented by an officer, upon presentation to the Department of a duly executed resolution of the Board of Directors authorizing him to act in a representative capacity and setting forth the powers which he is authorized to exercise.

 

e)         A partnership may be represented by any partner, upon presentation to the Department of written authorization from all the partners authorizing him to act in a representative capacity.

 

f)         Attorneys appearing before the Department shall conform their conduct to the Illinois Code of Professional Responsibility, effective July 1, 1980, and as amended hereafter.  Any failure to behave in a manner which permits the efficient functioning of the Department will authorize a Committee or hearing officer to take the following actions:

 

1)         Limitation of evidence;

 

2)         Substitution of written argument in place of oral argument;

 

3)         Exclusion of an attorney from the proceeding;

 

4)         Suspension or revocation of an attorney's right to appear before the Committee or hearing officer.

 

g)         If any of the above actions are taken by the Committee or hearing officer, it shall be done as a matter of record, and the Committee or hearing officer shall state for the record the specific reasons therefor.