Otey v. Crowdflower, Inc. et al
ORDER by Judge Kandis A. Westmore granting 9 Motion for Pro Hac Vice (kawlc2, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 11/2/2012)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
Christopher Otey, on behalf of himself
and all others similarly situated,
CrowdFlower, Inc., Lukas Biewald and
Chris Van Pelt,
Case No: 12-5 524
ADMISSION OF ATFORNEY
PRO HAC VICE
(CIVIL LOCAL RULE 11-3)
an active member in good standing of the bar of
I, Edward Feinstein
hereby respectfully apply for admission to practice pro hac vice in the
Northern District of California representing: Plaintiff Christopher Otey
above-entitled action. My local co-counsel in this case is Ira Spiro
attorney who is a member of the bar of this Court in good standing and who maintains an office
within the State of California.
MY ADDRESS OF RECORD:
LOCAL CO-COUNSEL’S ADDRESS OF RECORD:
429 Forbes Aye, 17th Floor Allegheny Bldg.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
11377 West Olympic Blvd, 5th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90064
I am an active member in good standing of a United States Court or of the highest court of
another State or the District of Columbia, as indicated above; my bar number is: 29718
# OF RECORD:
MY EMAIL ADDRESS OF RECORD:
LOCAL CO-COUNSEL’S TELEPHONE
# OF RECORD:
LOCAL CO-COUNSEL’S EMAIL ADDRESS OF RECORD:
I agree to familiarize myself with, and abide by, the Local Rules of this Court, especially the
Standards of Professional Conduct for attorneys and the Alternative Dispute Resolution Local Rules.
penalty of perjury that theforegoi
ORDER GRANTING APPLICATION
FOR ADMISSION OF ATTORNEY PRO HAC VICE
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT the application of Edward Feinstein
conditions of Civil L.R. 11-3. All papers filed by the attorney must indicate
subject to the terms and
appearance pro hac vice. Service of papers upon, and communication with, local co-counsel
designated in the application will constitute notice to the party.
Dated: November 2, 2012
UNITED STATES DISTRICT/ MAGISTRATE JUDGE
PRO HAC VICE APPLICATION & ORDER
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