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3310.2915 DISQUALIFICATION OF UNEMPLOYMENT LAW JUDGE.

An unemployment law judge must request to be removed from any case by the chief unemployment law judge where the judge believes that presiding over the case would create the appearance of impropriety. The chief unemployment law judge must remove an unemployment law judge from any case where the unemployment law judge has a relationship that would disqualify the judge under Rule 2.11 (A)(2) of the Judicial Code of Conduct, including the definitions provided in the terminology section. The chief unemployment law judge must remove an unemployment law judge from any case if the judge has a financial or personal interest in the outcome.

Any party may request the removal of an unemployment law judge by submitting to the chief unemployment law judge, by mail or electronic transmission, a written statement of the basis for removal. The chief unemployment law judge must decide the fitness of the unemployment law judge to hear the particular case.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 14.386; 14.388; 116J.035; 268.021; 268.10; 268.105

History:

12 SR 2252; 31 SR 285; 33 SR 999; 39 SR 151

Published Electronically:

August 11, 2014