Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there is limited access to the Board’s offices. All filers should use electronic filing by following the “Clerk’s Office And COOL” pull down screen below or the link below.
The Board or the assigned hearing officer may decide to hold a hearing by videoconference. In deciding whether to do so, the Board or the hearing officer will consider factors like cost-effectiveness, efficiency, facility accommodations, witness availability, public interest, the parties’ preferences, and the proceeding’s complexity and contentiousness. Any party to an adjudicatory case or participant in a rulemaking may request that a hearing be held by videoconference. For more information about videoconference hearings, please refer below to Part 101 of the Board’s procedural rules.