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Please call OAH at (800) 583-8271 if you have any questions.


Mandatory State Furloughs

Starting the week of June 29, 2020, all OAH employees will be required to furlough one day per week for four weeks. OAH will be closed, and most employees will be temporarily laid off on the following days:
Thursday, July 2, 2020  |  Friday, July 10, 2020  |  Friday, July 17, 2020  |  Friday, July 24, 2020

Some administrative law judges may continue to hold hearings on the agency-wide furlough days, and move their furlough day to another day in the week. You should plan to attend your hearing unless you receive notice that it is postponed.

For all filing deadlines that fall on a day that OAH is closed for furlough, OAH will consider the document timely filed as long as it is received by the next business day.  Most hearings currently scheduled for a furlough day will be postponed and new notices sent to the parties. 

In addition, some hearings on other days of the week may be postponed due to mandatory furloughs affecting the agency representative in the case. 

OAH employees will also be subject to furloughs one day per month, from August 1 through November 30, 2020. We are not certain whether OAH will need to close for those furloughs.  When a decision is made, we will post updated information. 

Coronavirus Impact on Hearings

In order to protect public health and OAH staff, these temporary changes to our normal procedures are effective immediately: 

All OAH offices are closed to the public until further notice. OAH will not conduct in-person hearings or accept in-person filing.

Filing case documents by secure email is allowed. Click here to learn how to manage files electronically.

All in-person hearings scheduled for May or June 2020 will be changed to telephone hearings, if possible.  

  • If you prefer an in-person hearing, you can request that your hearing be rescheduled until after June 16, 2020. The administrative law judge will decide if your hearing can be rescheduled. 
  • OAH reserves the right to convert in person hearings scheduled after June 16, 2020 to telephone hearings.
  • OAH staff will contact you to change or reschedule your hearing, if needed.