Contreras v. Remington Arms Company, LLC

Filing 11

ORDER denying 9 Motion Dale G. Willis to Appear Pro Hac Vice and 10 Motion Andrew A. Lothson to Appear Pro Hac Vice, without prejudice. Signed by Magistrate Judge Timothy J. Cavan on 8/28/2017. (JDR)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MONTANA BILLINGS DIVISION FERNANDO CONTRERAS, CV 17-75-BLG-SPW-TJC Plaintiff, ORDER vs. REMINGTON ARMS COMPANY, LLC, Defendant. Defendant Remington Arms Company, LLC (“Remington”) moves for the admissions of Dale G. Wills (Doc. 9) and Andrew A. Lothson (Doc. 10) to practice before this Court in this case with Robert M. Carlson to act as local counsel. Pro hac vice admission is governed by D. Mont. L.R. 83.1(d), which provides in pertinent part that the attorney seeking pro hac vice admission must file an affidavit attesting to various items enumerated at L.R. 83.1(d)(3). While Remington’s motions do contain affidavits from Mr. Wills and Mr. Lothson, both affidavits fail to address items 83.1(d)(3)(B), (C), (H), (I), and (J). (See Docs. 9-1, 10-1.) Accordingly, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Remington’s motions to admit Mr. Wills and Mr. Lothson pro hac vice are DENIED without prejudice. Remington may resubmit its motions, provided the motions are accompanied by affidavits that comply in full with L.R. 83.1(d)(3). DATED this 28th day of August, 2017. _______________________________ TIMOTHY J. CAVAN United States Magistrate Judge

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