What do the letters in a case number mean?
The nature of the proceeding is abbreviated by a letter code. For example, “R” stands for a Rate case, and “RM” is a Rulemaking case. The letter code is then followed by the current year and the number of the case for that year. For example the 2nd rate case for FY2009 would be Docket R2009-2.
How do you read a case citation?
Reading Legal Citationsthe names of the parties involved in the lawsuit.the volume number of the reporter containing the full text of the case.the abbreviated title of that case reporter.the page number on which the case begins the year the case was decided.the name of the court deciding the case (not always included)
What is a DOT docket number?
It is a number that allows carriers to cross State lines and it also allows the government to track freight brokers through their system. The docket number is found in the Licensing and Insurance (L&I) database of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).