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§ 0.351 Authority delegated.
The Chief Administrative Law Judge shall act on the following matters
in proceedings conducted by hearing examiners:
(a) Initial specifications of the time and place of hearings where not
otherwise specified by the Commission and excepting actions under
authority delegated by § 0.296.
(b) Designation of the hearing examiner to preside at hearings.
(c) Orders directing the parties or their attorneys to appear at a
specified time and place before the hearing examiner for an initial
prehearing conference in accordance with § 1.251(a) of this chapter.
(The administrative law judge named to preside at the hearing may order
an initial prehearing conference although the Chief Administrative Law
Judge may not have seen fit to do so and may order supplementary
prehearing conferences in accordance with § 1.251(b) of this chapter.)
(d) Petitions requesting a change in the place of hearing where the
hearing is scheduled to begin in the District of Columbia or where the
hearing is scheduled to begin at a field location and all appropriate
proceedings at that location have not been completed. (See § 1.253 of
this chapter.) However, if all parties to a proceeding concur in
holding all hearing sessions in the District of Columbia rather than at
any field location, the presiding administrative law judge may act on
(e) In the absence of the administrative law judge who has been
designated to preside in a proceeding, to discharge the administrative
law judge's functions.
(f) All pleadings filed, or matters which arise, after a proceeding has
been designated for hearing, but before a law judge has been
designated, which would otherwise be acted upon by the law judge,
including all pleadings filed, or matters which arise, in cease and
desist and/or revocation proceedings prior to the designation of a
(g) All pleadings (such as motions for extension of time) which are
related to matters to be acted upon by the Chief Administrative Law
(h) If the administrative law judge designated to preside at a hearing
becomes unavailable, to order a rehearing or to order that the hearing
continue before another administrative law judge and, in either case,
to designate the judge who is to preside.
(i) The consolidation of related proceedings pursuant to § 1.227(a) of
this chapter, after designation of those proceedings for hearing.
[ 29 FR 6443 , May 16, 1964, as amended at 37 FR 19372 , Sept. 20, 1972;
38 FR 30559 , Nov. 6, 1973; 43 FR 49307 , Oct. 23, 1978; 44 FR 76295 ,
Dec. 26, 1979]
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