Regulations last checked for updates: Aug 08, 2020

Title 22 - Foreign Relations last revised: Jul 22, 2020
§ 1423.28 - Briefs in support of exceptions; oppositions to exceptions; cross-exceptions.

(a) Any brief in support of exceptions shall contain only matters included within the scope of the exceptions and shall contain, in the order indicated, the following:

(1) A concise statement of the case containing all that is material to the consideration of the questions presented;

(2) A specification of the questions involved and to be argued; and

(3) The argument, presenting clearly the points of fact and law relied on in support of the position taken on each question, with specific page reference to the transcript and the legal or other material relied on.

(b) Any party may file an opposition to exceptions and cross-exceptions and a supporting brief with the Board within ten (10) days after service of any exceptions to an Administrative Law Judge's decision. Copies of the opposition to exceptions and the cross-exceptions and any supporting briefs shall be served on all other parties, and a statement of service shall be filed with the opposition to exceptions and cross-exceptions and any supporting briefs.

authority: 22 U.S.C. 4107.
source: 46 FR 45868, Sept. 15, 1981, unless otherwise noted.
cite as: 22 CFR 1423.28