The State of Texas et al v. Penguin Group (USA) Inc. et al

Filing 63

ORDER GRANTING 20 Motion for Mitchelle L. Gentile to Appear Pro Hac Vice on behalf of the State of Ohio. Pursuant to our Administrative Policies and Procedures for Electronic Filing, the attorney hereby granted to practice pro hac vice in this case must register for electronic filing with our court within 10 days of this order. Signed by Judge Lee Yeakel. (klw, )

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. . IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS AUSTIN DIVISION F!L ED 12APR26 4s THE STATE OF TEXAS ET AL 9. q Case No. -vs- ENGUIN GROUP (USA), INC., ET AL. ORDER BE IT REMEMBERED on this the was presented to the Mitchell L. Gentile 2.L47' Court the Motion day of , for Admission Pro Hac 20) 2-, there Vice State of Ohio ("Applicant"), counsel for filed by and the Court, having reviewed the motion, enters the following order: IT IS ORDERED that the Motion for Admission Pro Hac may appear on behalf of State of Ohio Vice is GRANTED, and Applicant in the above case. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Applicant, if Applicant has not already done so, shall, in compliance with Local Court Rule AT-l(f)(l), immediately tender the amount of $25.00, made payable to: Clerk, U.S. District Court. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Applicant, pursuant to the Administrative Policies and Procedures for Electronic Filing in Civil and Criminal cases in the Western District of Texas, shall register as a filing user within 10 days of the date of this Order. IT IS FINALLY ORDERED that Applicant's Pro Hac Vice status shall not become effective until Applicant has complied with all provisions of this Order. SIGNED this the day of 20 STATES IYISTRI / 2-'

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