review of an administrative determination shall be obtained by filing a
complaint with the Clerk of the Sixth Division in accordance with statute
within thirty (30) days after mailing notice of the final decision of the
agency. This complaint shall include a concise statement of the grounds
upon which the aggrieved contends he or she is entitled to relief, and a
demand shall be made for the relief.
A copy of this
complaint shall be served upon the governmental agency or board and all
other parties to the proceeding by mailing a copy to the attorney who
represents the agency, board, or other party; service shall be made upon a
party not represented by counsel within ten (10) days of said filing, unless
the time for service is extended by the court. Employers who are filing as
corporations must be represented by counsel. The filing of the complaint
does not itself stay enforcement of the agency order.
Upon receipt of
records from the administrative agency, the clerk assigned responsibility
for administrative appeals shall set a date for conference and notice shall
be sent to all parties.
are bound to the existing record from the administrative agency, new
evidence or information cannot be introduced. Pro se appellant cases for
the Department of Labor and Training are not set down for conference and are
assigned to a judge for a decision.
(401) 458-5224 for questions and inquiries about the administrative appeals
process. Persons seeking legal advice should contact an attorney or visit
the Self-Help Center for legal assistance information.