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Home | Case-Filing | Rules Home | Local Rules | Title II. Appeal From a Judgment or Order of a District Court


Local Rule 12.3. Acknowledgement And Notice of Appeal in All Appeals

 

(a) Acknowledgment and Notice of Appearance Form. Within 14 days after receiving a docketing notice from the circuit clerk assigning a docket number and enclosing a copy of the appellate docket sheet, all parties must file the Acknowledgment and Notice of Appearance Form. Counsel of record listed on the form must be admitted in this court, or have pending an application for admission under LR 46.1(a) or (d). This form satisfies the requirement of FRAP 12(b).

 

(b) Notice of Appearance Form for Substitute, Additional, or Amicus Counsel. An attorney, other than the initial counsel of record, who appears in a case in any capacity on behalf of a party or an amicus curiae must file the Notice of Appearance Form for Substitute, Additional, or Amicus Counsel at the time the attorney enters the case.

 

(c) Failure to Comply. The appellant's failure to take any of the above actions may result in dismissal of the appeal. The appellee's failure to take any of the above actions may bar the appellee from being heard on the appeal.

 

 

Last modified at 12/15/2010