State of New Mexico et al v. United States Department of the Interior et al
ORDER: Plaintiffs have moved for admission of Elizabeth Rumsey to appear pro hac vice in this case with Roger M. Sullivan, of McGarvey, Heberling, Sullivan & Lacey, P.C. to act as local counsel. Ms. Rumseys application appears to be in compliance wit h L.R. 83.1(d). IT IS HEREBY ORDERED: Plaintiff's 14 Motion to Appear Pro Hac Vice is GRANTED, subject to the following conditions: SEE ORDER FOR FULL DETAILS. Acknowledgment of PHV Order due by 6/19/2017. Signed by Judge Brian Morris on 6/2/2017. (ACC)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF MONTANA
GREAT FALLS DIVISION
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, et al.,
RYAN ZINKE, et al.,
Plaintiffs have moved for admission of Elizabeth Rumsey (Ms. Rumsey)
(Doc. 14) to practice before this Court in this case with Roger Sullivan of
McGarvey, Heberling, Sullivan & Lacey, P.C. to act as local counsel. Ms.
Rumsey’s application appears to be in compliance with L.R. 83.1(d).
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED:
Plaintiffs’ motion to allow Ms. Rumsey to appear on their behalf (Doc. 14)
is GRANTED on the following conditions:
1. Local counsel, Mr. Sullivan will be designated as lead counsel or as colead counsel with Ms. Rumsey. Ms. Rumsey must do her own work. She must
do her own writing, sign her own pleadings, motions, briefs and other documents
served or filed by her, and, if designated co-lead counsel, must appear and
participate personally in all proceedings before the Court. Local counsel, Mr.
Sullivan shall also shall also sign such pleadings, motions and briefs and other
documents served or filed.
2. Admission is not granted until Ms. Rumsey, within fifteen (15) days
from the date of this Order has filed an acknowledgment and acceptance of her
admission under the terms set forth above.
3. Admission is personal to Ms. Rumsey.
DATED this 2nd day of June, 2017.
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