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On written motion of an appropriate party, the administrative judge to whom a case is assigned can compel discovery, and is also empowered to issue subpoenas to compel a witness who is not a party to attend the proceedings. Failure to comply can result in an assessment of costs and penalties. On written motion of an appropriate party, the administrative judge to whom a case is assigned may issue an order requiring compliance with any request for discovery, including any request submitted under 452 CMR 1.12(1) or (2). Failure to comply with said order without good cause may result in assessment of costs or penalties pursuant to MGL c. 152, § 14. If the administrative judge's order is taken to Superior Court, and entered as an order of that court, contempt sanctions for non-compliance may be obtained.