TITLE 80: PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES
SUBTITLE C: LABOR RELATIONS
CHAPTER IV: ILLINOIS LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
PART 1200 GENERAL PROCEDURES
SECTION 1200.60 CLOSING ARGUMENTS AND BRIEFS BEFORE AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE
Section 1200.60 Closing Arguments and Briefs Before An Administrative Law Judge
Upon request, a party is entitled to a reasonable period of time at the close of the hearing for oral argument, which shall be made part of the record. The Administrative Law Judge may direct the filing of briefs when the filing is, in the opinion of the Administrative Law Judge, warranted by the nature of the proceedings or the particular issues involved. All briefs shall be no more than a total of 50 double-spaced pages with margins of at least 1/2 inch, including attachments. All of the pages in excess of the 50 page limit will be rejected. The General Counsel may grant approval of exceptions and briefs containing more than 50 pages only in extraordinary circumstances (e.g., in cases involving extremely complex issues, in cases involving factual or legal issues of first impression, or in cases involving a lengthy factual record).
(Source: Amended at 27 Ill. Reg. 7365, effective May 01, 2003)