IDEA 2004: Building the Legacy
Part C (birth - 2 years old)
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(iii) Clarifying the positions of the parties;
(iv) Determining whether an evidentiary hearing or oral argument should be held; and
(v) Setting dates for--
(A) The exchange of written documents;
(B) The receipt of comments from the parties on the need for oral argument or an evidentiary hearing;
(C) Further proceedings before the Hearing Official or Hearing Panel, including an evidentiary hearing or oral argument, if either is scheduled;
(D) Requesting the names of witnesses each party wishes to present at an evidentiary hearing and an estimation of time for each presentation; and
(E) Completion of the review and the initial decision of the Hearing Official or Hearing Panel.
(5) A prehearing or other conference held under paragraph (c)(4) of this section may be conducted by telephone conference call.
(6) At a prehearing or other conference, the parties must be prepared to discuss the subjects listed in paragraph (c)(4) of this section.
(7) Following a prehearing or other conference, the Hearing Official or Hearing Panel may issue a written statement describing the issues raised, the action taken,