On the eve of the hearing, the claimant brought various motions to add the insurer’s counsel as a witness, for production of records from the IE facilities, to hold the insurer’s counsel in contempt, and to adjourn the hearing. The motions all related to the claimant’s counsel’s position that the IE assessors had violated PIPEDA by not providing records or providing incomplete records. Vice Chair Marzinotto dismissed the motions, and noted that the claimant did have some of the requested records in her possession, that the motion was not timely as it was brought only two weeks before the hearing, that the insurer’s counsel had not acted improperly (and had, in fact, attempted to assist in obtaining the requested records), and that the insurer’s counsel was not a necessary witness at the hearing. Vice Chair Marzinotto also noted that any allegations of PIPEDA violations could not be addressed by the LAT. The hearing was adjourned as a result of the claimant’s late motion.