DiFrancesco v. Bullock et al
ORDER granting 2 Motion to Appear Pro Hac Vice ; granting 4 Motion to Appear Pro Hac Vice Acknowledgment of PHV Order due by 9/26/2017. Signed by Judge Sam E Haddon on 9/11/2017. (ELL)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF MONTANA
SEP 1 1 20!7
MICHAEL DIFRANCESCO, on
behalf of l)imself and others similarly
Clerk, U.S. District Court
District Of Montana
STEVE BULLOCK, in his official
capacity as Governor of Montana;
TIM FOX, in his official capacity as
Attorney General of Montana;
SARAH GARCIA, in her official
capacity as Administrator of the Motor
Vehicle Division; and
MICHELE SNOWBERGER, in her
official capacity as Bureau Chief of the
Driver Services Bureau
Plaintiff has moved for admission of Phil Telfeyan, Esq. 1 ("Telfeyan") and
Rebecca Ramaswamy, Esq. 2 ("Ramaswamy") to appear pro hac vice in this case
with Robert Farris-Olsen, Esq. of Helena, Montana, to act as local counsel.
Telfeyan and Ramaswamy's applications appear to be in compliance with L.R.
Plaintiffs' motion to allow Telfeyan and Ramaswamy to appear on their
behalf is GRANTED, subject to the following conditions:
Local counsel must serve as either lead or co-lead counsel;
Either Telfeyan or Ramaswamy, but not both, may act as co-lead
Telfeyan and Ramaswamy must each do their own work. Each must
do his own writing, sign his own pleadings, motions and briefs, and, if designated
co-lead counsel, must appear and participate personally in all proceedings before
Local counsel must also sign all such pleadings, motions, briefs and
other documents served or filed.
Admission is personal to Telfeyan and Ramaswamy; it is not an admission
of their law firm.
This Order will be withdrawn unless Telfeyan and Ramaswamy, within
fifteen (15) days of the date of this Order, file an acknowledgment and acceptance
of their admission under the terms set forth above.
_jLiy of September, 2017.
United States District Judge
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