Rand v. USA
ORDER granting 3 Motion for Leave to Appear Pro Hac Vice added David Schoen for Michael T. Rand. Signed by District Judge Robert J. Conrad, Jr on 1/5/2018. (chh)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
MICHAEL T. RAND,
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
THIS MATTER is before the Court on a Motion for Leave to Appear Pro Hac Vice filed
by member in good standing of this Court, Matthew B. Holloway, on behalf of David Schoen, who
is admitted to practice before, and is a member in good standing of the bars of Maryland,
Washington D.C., New York, and the United States Supreme Court. (Doc. No. 3). Movant has
filed the applicable fee. Id.; See Local Cv. Rule 83.1 (C)(2)(c).
This Court’s Local Rules provide for pro hac vice admission in a particular case by an
attorney who is a member in good standing in the Bar of a United States District Court, the Bar of
the highest court of any state or the District of Columbia. Local Civ. R. 83.1(B)(1). Such a
candidate for admission must associate local counsel and be accompanied by local counsel at all
hearings unless otherwise permitted by the Court. Id. Special admissions are discretionary. See
Local Civ. R. 83.1(C)(1).
The Court will grant the Motion for Leave to Appear Pro Hac Vice. Counsel is instructed
to become fully familiar with the rules and procedures of this Court. Should it appear to the Court
that counsel is not acting in compliance with the rules and procedures of this Court, the Court may
revoke the special admission.
IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED that
The Motion for Leave to Appear Pro Hac Vice, (Doc. No. 3), is GRANTED.
Mr. Schoen is instructed to establish an ECF account with the Clerk of Court
pursuant to Local Rule 83.1(D).
The Clerk of Court is respectfully instructed to add Mr. Schoen to the electronic
docket as pro hac vice counsel.
Signed: January 5, 2018
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