(a) Upon conclusion of proceedings under §§ 102.147 through 102.152, the Administrative Law Judge will prepare a decision, which will include written
findings and conclusions as necessary to dispose of the application. The Administrative Law Judge will transmit the decision to the Board. Upon receipt of the decision, the Board will enter an order transferring the case
to the Board and will serve copies on all the parties of the Judge's decision and
the Board's order, setting forth the date of the transfer.
(b) The record in a proceeding on an application for an award of fees and expenses includes
the application and any amendments or attachments, the net worth exhibit, the answer
and any amendments or attachments, any reply to the answer, any comments by other
parties, motions, rulings, orders, stipulations, written submissions, the transcript
of any oral argument, the transcript of any hearing, exhibits, and depositions, together
with the Administrative Law Judge's decision and exceptions, any cross-exceptions
or answering briefs as provided in § 102.46, and the record of the adversary adjudication upon which the application is based.
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