In the Matter of Gerald William Filice - #099657

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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE Show Cause Response due by 5/31/2013.. Signed by Judge Alsup on 4/15/13. (farS, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 4/16/2013)

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·')!J p.I r:· D lJ !.t-·-. I 6 il . 1 2 • ,qB:tq 3 NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 4 5 IN THE MATTER OF 6 Gerald William Filice- #099657 7 7·. , 1 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE RE wA SUSPENSION FROM MEMBERSHIP fl "' .1'1 ' IN GOOD STANDING OF THE BAR OF THE COURT 8 9 10 TO: Gerald William Filice 11 You are enrolled as a member ofthe bar ofthe Northern District of California. Notice has been received 12 by the Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California that your 13 status as a member of the State Bar of California has been modified as follows: 14 Involuntary Inactive Enrollment pursuant to Section 6203 of the Business and Professions Code 15 effective March 23, 2013. 16 Effective the date ofthis order, your membership in the bar ofthis Court is suspended on an interim 17 basis pursuant to Civil Local Rule 11-7(b)(l). On or before May 31, 2013, you may file a response to 18 this Order meeting the requirements of Civil Local Rule 11-7(b)(2), which may be viewed on the Court's 19 website at If you fail to file a timely and adequate response to this Order, you will be 20 suspended from membership without further notice. 21 If you are disbarred, suspended or placed on disciplinary probation by this Court and are later 22 restored to active membership in the State Bar of California, you may apply for reinstatement pursuant to 23 Civil Local Rule 11-7(b)(3). The Clerk shall close this file on or after May 31, 2013, absent further order 24 of this Court. 25 26 IT IS SO ORDERED. Dated: WILLIAM ALSUP United States District Judge 27 28 Form updated July 2012

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