Skakel v. Murphy
ELECTRONIC FILING ORDER: Signed by Judge Peter C. Dorsey on 11/05/07. (Grady, B.)
Skakel v. Murphy
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF CONNECTICUT
C IV IL ACTION NO.:
ELECTRONIC FILING ORDER IN CIVIL CASES The parties shall file all documents in this case electronically. Counsel must comply with the following requirements: 1. Counsel must comply with all applicable Federal Rules of Civil Procedure,
the District's Local Rules, the requirements set forth in the District's CM/ECF Policies and Procedures Manual, and any other rules and administrative procedures which implement the District's CM/ECF system. 2. Unless otherwise ordered, on the business day next following the day on
which a document is filed electronically, counsel must provide Chambers with one paper copy of the following e-filed documents: All pleadings (including briefs and exhibits) relating to the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. Applications for temporary restraining orders, preliminary injunctions or prejudgment remedies; Dispositive motions (motions to dismiss, motion for judgment on the pleadings, or for summary judgment); Requested jury instructions; Compliance with Pretrial Orders Trial briefs, including proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law; and Any other motion, request or application which, taking it together with all related filings (e.g., memo in support, affidavits) are in excess of 20 pages.
SO ORDERED. /s/ Peter C. Dorsey Peter C. Dorsey Senior United States District Judge rev.9/1/05
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