TITLE 80: PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES
SUBTITLE C: LABOR RELATIONS
CHAPTER III: ILLINOIS EDUCATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
PART 1105 HEARING PROCEDURES
SECTION 1105.230 MOTIONS FOR PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS
Section 1105.230 Motions for Production of Documents
a) After a hearing has been scheduled, a party may file a written motion for the production of documents for inspection or copying. The motion shall be filed with the Administrative Law Judge and served upon all parties to the matter. The Administrative Law Judge may grant the motion for good cause shown. Motions for the production of documents shall be filed at least 15 days prior to the hearing and shall provide a reasonable period of time for producing the documents, which shall not be less than seven days and shall be prior to the hearing.
b) The party from whom production is sought may serve upon the party moving for production and the Administrative Law Judge written objections to producing the documents on the ground that the motion is improper in whole or part. Objections must be filed by the date for production of the documents. If objections are filed, production of the documents in dispute shall not be required until the objections are ruled upon. Copies of documents may be furnished in lieu of the originals.
c) This Section does not preclude the use of a subpoena duces tecum requesting the production of documents from a person not a party.
d) Time limits specified in this Section may be modified by an order of the Administrative Law Judge assigned to the case, or by the Chief Administrative Law Judge.
(Source: Added at 28 Ill. Reg. 8710, effective June 6, 2004)