(1) Within 14 days after the preliminary conference, the parties shall exchange all documents upon which they intend to rely at hearing, a list of all witnesses they intend to call, and a summary of the expected testimony from each identified witness. The parties shall promptly supplement the disclosures as additional documents or witnesses become known.
(2) Each party is limited to one deposition except as agreed otherwise, or as ordered by the independent reviewer.
(3) A party may request additional documentation from the other party that it reasonably believes to be relevant and material to any factor in 33-2-2305(6), MCA. If a party refuses to comply, the requesting party may petition the independent reviewer, who shall require production if the request is for documentation reasonably believed to meet the standards of relevance and materiality, and would not be overly burdensome for the refusing party to produce.
(4) Parties may not propound discovery in the form of requests for admission or interrogatories.