Starting today, the Office of Administrative Law Judges (“OALJ”) requires the use of new subpoena forms. Until today, the OALJ used a single subpoena form regardless of the nature of the subpoena. Now, practitioners must use three new forms: (1) Subpoena to Appear and Testify at a Hearing; (2) Subpoena to Appear and Testify at a Deposition; and (3) Subpoena to Produce Documents, Information or Objects, or to Permit Inspection of Premises. The Acting Chief Administrative Law Judge’s implementation memorandum can be found here.
(Note: I originally published this post on Navigable Waters: A Maritime, Longshore and Defense Base Act Blog.)