General Rules Appendix A
The following shall be included in each party's Prehearing Statement:
I. PENDING MOTIONS. A list of all outstanding motions that have not been ruled upon by the administrative law judge.
II. STATEMENT OF CLAIMS AND DEFENSES. A concise statement of all claims or defenses asserted by all parties, together with all matters in mitigation or aggravation.
III. UNDISPUTED FACTS. A concise statement of all facts that which the party contends are or should be undisputed.
IV. DISPUTED ISSUES OF FACT. A concise statement of the material facts that the party claims or concedes to be in dispute.
V. POINTS OF LAW. A concise statement of all points of law that are to be relied upon or that may be in controversy, citing pertinent statutes, regulations, cases and other authority. Extended legal argument is not required but may be reserved for a trial brief at the option of the party.
VI. WITNESSES. The name, address and telephone number of any witness or party whom the party may call at hearing, together with a detailed statement of the content of that person's testimony.
VII. EXPERTS. The name, address and brief summary of the qualifications of any expert witness a party may call at hearing, together with a statement that details the opinions to which each expert is expected to testify. These requirements may be satisfied by the incorporation of an expert's resume or report containing the required information.
VIII. EXHIBITS. A description of any physical or documentary evidence to be offered into evidence at the hearing. Exhibits should be identified as follows: respondents using letters and opposing parties using numbers.
IX. STIPULATIONS. A listing of all stipulations of fact or law reached, as well as a listing of any additional stipulations requested or offered to facilitate disposition of the case.
X. TRIAL EFFICIENCIES. An estimate of the amount of time required to try the case.