USA v. State of Arizona, et al

Filing 100

Submitted (ECF) Amicus brief for review and filed Motion to become amicus curiae. Submitted by National Council of La Raza, United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, The Hispanic National Bar Association And Los Abogados Hispanic Bar Association. Date of service: 09/30/2010. [7493410]--[COURT UPDATE: Corrected docket text to reflect contents of filing (motion included). 10/01/2010 by RY] (SFC)

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Office of the Clerk UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT P.O. Box 193939 San Francisco, California 94119-3939 Molly C. Dwyer Clerk of Court (415) 355-8000 NOTICE OF APPEARANCE OF COUNSEL or RE-ASSIGNMENT OF COUNSEL WITHIN THE SAME OFFICE NOTE: To secure your input, you should print the filled-in form to PDF (File > Print > PDF Printer/Creator). 9th Circuit Case Number(s) 10-16645 Case Name: United States of America v. State of Arizona, et al. The National Council of La Raza, the United States Hispanic Chamber of The Clerk will enter my Commerce, the Hispanic National Bar Association, and Los Abogados appearance as counsel on behalf of: Hispanic Bar Association of Arizona Appellant Appellee Petitioner Respondent Amicus Curiae Intervenor Appellant/Cross-Appellee Appellee/Cross-Appellant Check if you are lead counsel. Lead counsel must be designated if a party is represented by more than one attorney or law firm. Re-Assignment. (Optional) This case has been re-assigned to me from another attorney in my office (for ex., the Federal Public Defenders Office, OIL, or a law firm). Enter name of counsel you are replacing below. I am replacing (name of counsel): Signature (use "s/" format) s/ Stephanie Fleischman Cherny Date Name Address Stephanie F. Cherny 1440 New York Ave NW Washington State City DC Zip Code 20009 Phone Number (including area code) (202) 371-7725

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