Before the Hearing
The Department will mail you a letter acknowledging receipt
of your appeal to the Commission. This letter will tell you what information
will be submitted to the Commission for their consideration. The letter will
include a list of the documents considered by the ALJ in making his or her
decision and a deadline for submitting any additional information to the
Commission. You will not be allowed to present additional evidence to the
Commission that you did not present to the ALJ unless you show good reasons for
your failure to present the evidence in the hearing before the ALJ. SeeNAC 360.175(5).
You will also receive materials from the Office of the
Attorney General (“AG’s Office”). The
AG’s Office will send a Deputy Attorney General (“DAG”) to appear as the
attorney for the Department at the hearing before the Commission.
A subsequent letter from the Department will notify you of
the date, time and place for the hearing before the Commission.
The hearing before the Commission is open to the public
unless you meet certain confidentiality requirements. See NRS 360.247. If you believe that the information in your case is
of a proprietary or confidential nature, you may request that a portion of your
hearing be closed to the public. Your request must be submitted in writing to
the Commission and contain a list or summary of the information that you
believe is proprietary or confidential. You must also include an explanation of
why you believe the info is proprietary or confidential pursuant to NRS
360.247.Your request must be made at least fourteen (14) days prior to your