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Northern District seeks comment on local rules

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The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana is seeking public comment on several proposed local rules: LR 7.1, Motion Practice; Length and Form of Briefs; 56.1, Summary Judgment; 200.1, Bankruptcy Cases and Proceedings; and Appendix C – Notice to Pro Se Litigant. The proposed revision and commentary are available on the court’s website.

Comments must be submitted by Oct. 22 online or in writing to Local Rules Comments, Office of the Clerk, 204 S. Main St., Room 304, South Bend, IN 46601.

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Indiana is also seeking comment on a proposed change to Rule B-9010-2, Appearance and Withdrawal, amending the rule to clarify when an appearance is required to be filed. The proposed change is on the court’s website.


Comments must be sent by Oct. 14 to Christopher M. DeToro, Clerk of the Court, United States Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of Indiana, 401 S. Michigan St., South Bend, Ind. 46601-2365; or by e-mail to comments@innb.uscourts.gov.
 

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