The Authors Guild, Inc. et al v. Hathitrust et al

Filing 40

ORDER FOR PRO HAC VICE ADMISSION OF PETER JASZI granting 28 Motion for Peter Jaszi to Appear Pro Hac Vice. Application for Pro Hac Vice GRANTED. The Clerk is instructed to close this motion. (Signed by Judge Harold Baer on 12/29/2011) (lmb) Modified on 12/29/2011 (lmb).

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· r-'-'­ 1 USDSSDNY DOCUMENT IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COIn r b.LECTRONICALLY FILED FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW Y K.I\.. DUC #: DATE FILED: /r-H-I/ THE AUTHORS GUILD, INC., et aI., Case No. ll-cv-6351{HB) Plaintiffs, v. ORDER FOR PRO HAC VICE ADMISSION OF PETER JASZI HATHITRUST, et aI., Defendants. The motion of Peter Jaszi for admission to practice Pro Hac Vice in the above-captioned action is granted. Applicant has declared that he is a member in good standing of the bars of the District of Columbia and the United States District Court for the District of Columbia; and that his contact information is as follows: Peter Jaszi 5402 Surrey Street Chevy Chase, Maryland 20815 (757) 276-1790/Fax (301) 656-7483 Applicant having requested admission Pro Hac Vice to appear for all purposes as counsel for intervenors National Federation of the Blind, Blair Seidlitz, Courtney Wheeler and Georgina Kleege, in the above entitled action; IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that Applicant is admitted Pro Hac Vice in the above captioned case in the United States District Court for the Southern District ofNew York. All attorneys appearing before this Court are subject to Local Rules of this Court, including the ... I Rules governing discipline of attorneys. If this action is assigned to the Electronic Case Filing (ECF) System, counsel shall immediately apply for an ECF password at apply for an ECF Password. DATED:______________ United States DistrictIMagistrate Judge

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