340:2-28-16.2. Service of orders
(a) Orders prepared by the administrative law judge (ALJ), in a specific case, must be mailed or hand‑delivered to the parties within three business days, from the filing of the order, by the ALJ, unless the ALJ directs the mailing or delivering of an order by one party upon another. Copies of all orders must be mailed or hand-delivered to opposing parties by the preparer within three business days from the filing of the order.
(b) Providing copies of the filed order, in a specific case, through an electronic means available to parties is an acceptable form of delivery. Electronic delivery of orders must be accomplished within three days of filing the order.
(c) Administration orders concerning court operations authorized by the Chief ALJ are not required to be filed in individual cases; electronic copies of any administration order will be provided upon request.