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RULE §163.41 Exchange and Filing of Information

Published: 2015

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(a) Unless the arbitrator orders otherwise, by the 30th day after the date SOAH mailed notice to the parties of the name of the appointed arbitrator, the parties shall have exchanged the following information:   (1) List of witnesses that a party expects to call with a short summary of their expected testimony;   (2) Any and all documents or other tangible things that contain information relevant to the subject matter, including any documents that will be testified about at the hearing or that witnesses have reviewed in preparing for their testimony. (b) Not later than the seventh day before the first day of the arbitration hearing, and sooner if so directed by the arbitrator, DADS and the facility shall exchange and file with the arbitrator:   (1) all documentary evidence not previously exchanged and filed that is relevant to the dispute, with the relevant portions clearly indicated; and   (2) information relating to a proposed resolution of the dispute. (c) The parties are responsible for identifying any material that is confidential by law and for taking appropriate measures, for example, redacting resident identities, to ensure that all such material remains confidential. (d) Each producing party's documents shall be labeled by name or initials of the party and Bates-stamped or otherwise consecutively numbered in the lower right-hand corner of each page.

Source Note: The provisions of this §163.41 adopted to be effective January 1, 1996, 20 TexReg 10757; amended to be effective November 17, 2005, 30 TexReg 7429