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|Chapter 13-related updates: |
Timing of filing motions to confirm post-confirmation modified plans: Local Rule 3015-2(b) and FRBP 3015(g) require that the party filing a motion for post-confirmation modification of a chapter 13 plan give 21 days' notice by mail of the time fixed for filing objections. Local Rule 9006-1(c) requires that responsive documents be filed and served not later than five days before the hearing date. Therefore, the total notice required from the date of service is 26 days, not 21 days, as has been the practice. Please note this requirement when filing future motions.
Date change for Judges Sanberg and Kressel's July chapter 13 calendar: The July chapter 13 confirmation calendars for Judges Sanberg and Kressel will be July 31 rather than July 17. There will be NO confirmation calendar for any judge on July 17.
|Upcoming personnel change: Calendar Clerk to Judge Constantine. On April 30, 2014, Nancy Brill, calendar clerk to Judge Constantine, will retire after 32 years of federal service. Congratulations, Nancy!
Sandy McMackins will officially assume calendar duties for Judge Constantine on May 1, and has already undertaken some of these duties in order to ensure a smooth transition.
Both Nancy and Sandy can be reached by phone at 651-848-1051. Sandy can also be reached by email at email@example.com.
|Eighth Circuit Judicial Conference to be held August 6 - 8, 2014 in Omaha. Read the announcement for complete details.||4/11/2014|
|The United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Minnesota is accepting applications from qualified applicants for a full-time Programmer Analyst. Read the official posting.||3/21/2014|
|Public Notice: Appointment of U. S. Bankruptcy Judge for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas. Vacancy will occur on December 31, 2014. See complete details.||3/3/2014|
|Position Vacancy Announcement: Law Clerk to U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kathleen H. Sanberg. Read more>.||1/31/2014|
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