Holen v. ND Workers Comp. Bureau

990320 Marilyn Holen, Claimant and Appellant
v.
North Dakota Workers
Compensation Bureau, Appellee
and
XPress Mart, Respondent

Appeal from: District Court, Northwest Judicial District, Ward County
Judge Gary A. Holum
Nature of Action: Workers Compensation
Counsel:
Appellant: Dietz & Little Lawyers
Appellee: Lawrence E. King , Spec. Asst. Atty. Gen.
Term: 01/2000   Argument: 01/26/2000  1:30pm
ND cite: 2000 ND 145
NW cite: 615 N.W.2d 141


Issues: Appellant's Statement of the Issues:
I. Did the Bureau's delays in disposing of Marilyn Holen's Request for Rehearing violate her statutory and constitutional rights?
II. Are Findings of Fact 17 (in part), 26 (in part), 27, and 29 supported by a preponderance of the evidence?
III. Are Conclusion of Law 4, 5, and 6 supported by valid Findings of Fact, and are these Conclusions and the Order in accordance with the law?

Appellee's Statement of the Issues:
I. whether the bureau unreasonably delayed in disposing of claimant's request for rehearing.
II. Whether the bureau's factual findings are supported by the weight of evidence.

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Docket entries:
110/20/1999 NOTICE OF APPEAL: 10/19/1999
211/19/1999 RECORD ON APPEAL (separates 16(adm. record) & 19(brief))
311/22/1999 APPELLANT BRIEF
411/22/1999 APPELLANT APPENDIX
511/22/1999 DISK of ATB (Word Star 2000 Plus)
612/08/1999 DISK - TRA of Admin Hearing of Dec. 9 & Dec. 16, 1998
712/22/1999 APPELLEE BRIEF
812/22/1999 APPELLEE APPENDIX
912/22/1999 DISK - AEB
1001/26/2000 APPEARANCES: Kathryn L. Dietz; Lawrence E. King
1101/26/2000 ARGUED: Dietz; King (Vol. W; page 224)
1204/24/2000 ANNOUNCED DISQUALIFICATION: Kapsner, Carol Ronning
1307/20/2000 DISPOSITION: REVERSED AND REMANDED
1407/20/2000 UNANIMOUS OPINION: Neumann, William A.
1507/20/2000 Costs on appeal taxed under Section 65-10-03, NDCC
1607/21/2000 Judgment Mailed to Parties
1708/14/2000 MANDATE
1802/16/2007 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

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