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ATTENTION BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEYS
|Vacancy on Bankruptcy Practice Committee: In January, the judges of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court will appoint one new member to the Bankruptcy Practice Committee. The Practice Committee meets every other month to address local rule changes and to provide input and suggestions on improving the administration of bankruptcy cases and proceedings in the district. In addition, members of the Committee typically serve on one or both of the topical subcommittees dealing with business and
If you wish to be considered for membership on the Practice Committee, please send an email with a brief statement of your interest and qualifications to Clerk of Court Lori Vosejpka (email@example.com) on or before December 20, 2013.
|Proposed revisions to Local Rules and Forms posted for notice and comment. Read More||11/26/2013|
|National rule, form and fee changes effective December 1, 2013 Read More||11/26/2013|
|Public Notice regarding reappointment of Bankruptcy Judge Gregory F. Kishel and request for public comments.||11/4/2013|
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