I/P Engine, Inc. v. AOL, Inc. et al
Motion to appear Pro Hac Vice by Leslie Jacobs, Jr. and Certification of Local Counsel W. Ryan Snow by I/P Engine, Inc.. (Snow, W. Ryan)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA
APPLICATION TO QUALIFY AS A FOREIGN ATTORNEY UNDER LOCAL CIVIL RULE 83.1(D) AND LOCAL
CRIMINAL RULE 57.4
In Case Number 2:11-cv-512
, Case Name l/P Engine, Inc. v. AOL, Inc., etal.
Party Represented by Applicant: l/P Engine, Inc.
To: The Honorable Judges of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
FULL NAME (no initials, please) Leslie Jacobs, Jr.
Bar Identification Number 458719
Firm Name Dickstein Shapiro LLP
Firm Phone # (202)420-2200
Direct Dial # (202) 420-4720
E-Mail Address JacobsL@DicksteinShapiro.com
Office Mailing Address 1825 Eye St., NW,Washington, DC, 20006
FAX # (202) 420-2201
Name(s) of federal court(s) in which I have been admitted US District Court forthe District of Columbia
I certify that the rules ofthe federal court in the district in which I maintain my office extend a similarpro hac\ vice admission
privilege to members of the bar of the Eastern District of Virginia.
I have not been reprimanded in any court nor has there been any action in any court pertaining to my conduct or fitness as a
member of the bar.
I hereby certify that, within ninety (90) days before the submission of this application, I have read the Local Rules of this Court
and that my knowledge of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, and the Federal Rules of
Evidence is current.
am not x a full-time employee of the United States ofAmerica, and ifso, request exemption from the admission fee.
I, the undersigned, do certify that I am a member of the bar of this Court, not related to the applicant; that I know the applicant
personally, that the said applicant possesses all of the qualifications required for admission to the bar of this Court; that I have
examined the applicant's personal statement. I affirm that his/her personal and professional character and standing are good, and
petition the court to admit the applicant pro hac vice.
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