- Any employee, employer or employee organization that moves for intervention pursuant to 456 CMR 12.03 may also file a written statement in support of its position concerning the Charge. The statement should be accompanied by sworn factual affidavits and all documentary evidence on which the intervenor relies. The intervenor must file all statements and supporting evidence with the Division and provide a complete copy to all other parties to the case within fourteen (14) days of receipt of a copy of the original or amended Charge to the Division or within seven (7) days receipt of a copy of the Response, but in case less than seven (7) days prior to the In-Person Investigation Conference.
- Parties to the case must state whether they oppose or do not oppose any motion to intervene within seven (7) days of receipt of the motion, which ever is later. Motions to Intervene usually are decided after receipt of the Respondent's Response. Person who have moved to Intervene shall be treated as "parties" for the purpose of serving documents prior to the Division's ruling on their motion to intervene.
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