Cerone v. Meta Platforms, Inc. et al

Filing 10

ORDER granting #7 Motion for Leave to Appear Pro hac vice for attorney Emily Jeffcott. Signed by Magistrate Judge Christopher L. Ray on 9/17/22. (wwp)

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Case 4:22-cv-00215-RSB-CLR Document 10 Filed 09/19/22 Page 1 of 1 United States District Court Southern District of Georgia Bernard Cerone, individually and as parent and next friend to minor ________________________ Pl i tiff B C Plaintiff v. Meta Platforms, Inc., Instagram, LLC, Siculus, Inc., ________________________ 4:22-cv-00215-RSB-CLR Case No. ________________________ Appearing on behalf of Bernard Cerone, individually and as paren _________________________________ (Plaintiff/Defendant) Defendant ORDER OF ADMISSION It appearing to the Court that the requirements stated in LR 83.4 for admission pro hac vice have been satisfied, Petitioner’s request to appear pro hac vice in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia in the subject case is GRANTED. 6HSWHPEHU  . 17th day of _______________ This _______ , ______ _____________________________ __ _______ __________ _____ ____ UNITED UNIT TED STATES STA TA TATE AT S MAGISTRATE E JUDGE JUD ***** NAME OF PETITIONER: Emily C. Jeffcott ______________________________________________________ Business Address: Morgan & Morgan ______________________________________________________ Firm/Business Name 220 West Garden Street, 9th Floor, ______________________________________________________ Street Address 32502 Pensacola _____________________ ______________________ ________ Street Address (con’t) City State Zip ______________________________________________________ Mailing Address (if other than street address) _____________________ ______________________ ________ Address Line 2 City State Zip 850-316-9100 __________________________________ ___________________ Telephone Number (w/ area code) Georgia Bar Number Email Address: ejeffcott@forthepeople.com ______________________________________________________

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