An authorized agent shall be prepared to produce all necessary evidence and witnesses
at the time the hearing is scheduled to commence and provide, prior to the date of
the hearing, to all parties copies of any documentary evidence to be admitted into
the record. An authorized agent shall not:
a. Engage in, or counsel or assist any party that is a client to engage in, conduct
which the authorized agent knows or should know to be criminal, in violation of the
provisions of sections 3 through 9 of this act or other provisions of this chapter
(R.S.43:21-1 et seq.), or is prejudicial to, or unnecessarily delays, the efficient administration of
this chapter (R.S.43:21-1 et seq.), including any failure to be, without good cause, available and properly prepared
to participate in appeals, hearings and other procedures at the scheduled times;
b. Engage in, or counsel or assist any party that is a client to engage in, conduct
involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, misrepresentation, or the withholding of material
c. Unlawfully obstruct another party's access to evidence or destroy or conceal evidence;
assert personal knowledge of the facts unless testifying as a witness;
d. Refer at a hearing to a matter which the authorized agent does not reasonably believe
is relevant or is not supported by evidence;
e. Seek to improperly influence any representative of the division; or
f. Engage in any ex parte communication with any representative of the division concerning
the merits of any pending appeal unless all other parties have waived their right
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