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Order pro hac vice

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Arthur J. Shartsis, Mary Jo Shartsis, Richard F. Munzinger, and Robert E. Schaberg have moved for admission pro hac vice to appear on behalf of plaintiffs. The Court grants the motions (##36, 37, 38, and 39). However, the attorneys who have been admitted shall, if they have not done so already, promptly comply with the Court’s “Electronic Filing Policies and Procedures Manual” for civil cases, which can be found at the Court’s website, Specifically, that manual provides that “all documents submitted for filing in this district ... in civil cases ... shall be filed electronically using the Electronic Filing System ...” unless manual filing is permitted by the manual or unless electronic filing has been excused by the assigned judge. Consequently, all counsel should, if able, register for electronic filing, which also enables counsel to receive electronic notice of case events. The Court may elect to send notices only to local counsel if local counsel, but not pro hac vice counsel, is authorized to receive electronic notices.
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Publication Year:2010
Type of Material:Document
Language English
Published in: United States District Court Norther District of California
Issue:October 28, 2010
Series: Case number: 2:10-cv-01017-MHW-TPK
Place of Publication:Dublin, OH
Notes:Case number 10-cv-03305-BZ Case number 10-cv-01017-MHW-TPK
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Record Number:15275
Last Update:2012-12-29 14:06:47
Date Created:2010-12-13 19:04:42