The fee disclosure statement is required by Labor Code 4906, but it is really intended to apply to workers ("obtain") or employers/carriers ("deny"). The felony described would be insurance fraud, or perjury, or perhaps both.
I glean from your question that you believe the WCJ has misrepresented the facts in the Report and Recommendation on Petition for Reconsideration. However, you need to understand some things about procedure.
First, whether the documents were actually filed is not as obvious as you might think. Did you mail them or hand file them? Whether a document has been filed is best proven by its existence in the EAMS database, or by keeping a hand-stamped conformed copy at the time the document is filed. Copying the Presiding Judge has no legal effect, and any duplicate would likely just be discarded.
Next, the WCAB Recon Unit has access to the EAMS filing system. Any documents that were filed before your recon are available for the WCAB to inspect, regardless of whether they were separately forwarded by the judge (which a judge would never do, by the way).
Next, you may file a response to the WCJ's Report and Recommendation, highlighting any factual discrepancies.
You may want to talk with an Information & Assistance Officer, or preferably an attorney, before accusing a judge of committing a felony.
typically the presiding judge will take action and get involved if and only if what you say is accurate - make sure that you keep documentation of everything so that you have a valid paper trail
we will not take any action on this case until we have a signed retainer agreement
WHAT CODES have been violated? NONE. The judge performed the duties of a judge, NOT for the 'purpose of obtaining or denying worker' compensation benefits'. A Petition for Reconsideration is copied to a judge but it addressed to the WCAB in Oakland, the 'body' reviewing the judge's work.
IT IS NOT the judge's duty to deliver your communications anywhere. YOU deliver your communications to Oakland according to the rules... the judge just looks at your Petition and decides if it has any merit, and if not it all gets shipped up to Oakland for a ruling.
If you don't know the procedure and failed to properly and timely file a formal pleading of Objection to DEU Rating, it is not the judge's fault.