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September 2020 Notices     Go back to Notices
We are closed Monday, September 7th in observance of Labor Day.
17 Revised Form – Settlement Worksheet (H-28R 09/2020) - This form is revised and available as a fillable PDF form on the Commission Forms and Instructions page. The form has been revised to clarify the required information that must be completed for review and approval of a settlement. All questions must be answered. Any incomplete or missing information will cause the Settlement Worksheet to be returned and the approval of the settlement will be delayed. The Commission does not accept form filing via email/attachment or fax. Please begin using the new form immediately
12 Completely new procedures for submitting Exhibits, Claimant's Consent and Claimant's Affidavit online are now available.  Detailed instructions for the new process are here:
Instructions for Video Hearing Requests, Exhibit Submissions and Courtroom Protocols.
10 All Online Services are unavailable 8-11a.m. Saturday, September 12th for system upgrades.  After the upgrades, new instructions for Exhibits, Claimant's Consent and Claimant's Affidavit will be posted.
8 Pursuant to Open Meeting requirements, we announce that the Commissioners will telephonically hold the Commission meeting scheduled for September 10, 2020 starting at 9:30 am. If you would like to observe the meeting, please dial 978-990-5027 and at the prompt, enter 6843748 plus the pound sign. If you plan to attend this meeting, please send an email to If you are a guest on the call, please do not announce yourself; ESPECIALLY if you enter after 9:30 am. For information to improve sound quality, please read the tips on the following link:
1 NOTICE - Practitioners : In an effort to make our Contact Tracing efforts more efficient, beginning immediately, the Commission will ask each attendee to use their telephone camera and scan a QR code located on counsel tables in each hearing room. The camera should automatically detect the QR code, which will take you to a Contact Tracing form. Each hearing attendee should complete this form and submit it at the start of the hearing. If you are attending multiple hearings on the same day in the same hearing location, you only need to complete the form once at the first hearing for each hearing site. Please ensure that you hit the ‘submit’ button after completing the form. The information is captured by individual and not by law firm so different attorneys from the same law firm will each need to complete the form.