The notice of evidentiary hearing should specifically mention the evidentiary hearing. If the hearing is only for the regular hearing and evidentiary hearing gets done, then that hearing should be invalid as one party only prepared for the regular hearing.
It is unjust to hold the evidentiary hearing when the notice of the hearing states only the regular hearing.
Unilateral presentation of the evidence by one party will prejudice the party seriously.
The case where the ruling has to be reversed because of the unjust presentation of the evidence by one party.
Dr. Jain’s case no 2016-CA-7260-O against Michael Furbush and Tom Wert.
The ruling of the hearing on June 5, 2017, with Judge Higbee.