Big Horn County Electric Cooperative, Inc. v. Big Man et al
ORDER granting 12 and 13 Motion to Appear Pro Hac Vice. Acknowledgment of PHV Order due by 7/27/2017. Signed by Magistrate Judge Timothy J. Cavan on 7/12/2017. S.N notified. (AEC).
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF MONTANA
BIG HORN COUNTY ELECTRIC
ALDEN BIG MAN, et al,
Defendants Unknown Members of the Crow Tribal Health Board, Chief
Justice Joey Jayne, and Justices Leroy Not Afraid and Kari Covers Up
(collectively, “Defendants”) move for the admission of Melody L. McCoy (Doc.
12) and Heather Whiteman Runs Him (Doc. 13) to practice before this Court in
this case with Dennis M. Bear Don’t Walk to act as local counsel. Ms. McCoy’s
and Ms. Whiteman Runs Him’s applications appear to be in order.
Accordingly, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Defendants’ unopposed
motions to admit Ms. McCoy and Ms. Whiteman Runs Him pro hac vice are
GRANTED on the condition that Ms. McCoy and Ms. Whiteman Runs Him shall
do their own work. This means that Ms. McCoy and Ms. Whiteman Runs Him
must do their own writing, sign their own pleadings, motions, and briefs, and
appear and participate personally. Counsel shall take steps to register in the
Court’s electronic filing system (“CM-ECF”). Further information is available on
the Court’s website, www.mtd.uscourts.gov, or from the Clerk’s Office. Ms.
McCoy and Ms. Whiteman Runs Him may move for the admission pro hac vice of
one (1) associate of their firm. Such associate, if duly admitted, shall be authorized
to participate in this case on the same terms and conditions as Ms. McCoy and Ms.
Whiteman Runs Him.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that this Order is subject to withdrawal unless
Ms. McCoy and Ms. Whiteman Runs Him, within fifteen (15) days of the date of
this Order, file pleadings acknowledging their admission under the terms set forth
DATED this 12th day of July, 2017.
TIMOTHY J. CAVAN
United States Magistrate Judge
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