There are, therefore, substantial arguments for and against permitting interlocutory review of an examiner's rulings. With so even a balance in principle, factual analysis of agency practices becomes critical. This study measures agency practice against the standard that hearing procedures must be fair, and unnecessary delay is as unfair to the parties and the public as are arbitrary and erroneous interlocutory rulings.
Ernest Gellhorn & Paul B. Larsen,
Interlocutory Appeal Procedures in Administrative Hearings,
Mich. L. Rev.
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