Science Day Hearing - May 10, 2023 in Gainesville, FL
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Pursuant to the Practice and Procedure Orders No. 1 and 2, counsel who appeared in the transferor district court prior to the transfer, and are not admitted to EDNY already, do not need to file motions for admission pro hac vice as long as they are a member of good standing of the Bar of any district court of the Unites States and may directly file a complaint into the MDL pursuant to the Direct Filing Order.
Counsel who has not appeared in a transferor district court prior to the formation of MDL No. 3044 and who are not otherwise admitted in EDNY, must file a motion to be admitted pro hac vice in accordance with Local Civil Rule 1.3(c).
Counsel shall send their application to Plaintiffs’ Liaison Counsel, Rayna Kessler, at ExactechMDLLiaison@RobinsKaplan.com, who will file the application on the master docket, No. 1:22-md-03044, and the filing shall relate to the master docket number to obtain the ability to directly file complaints throughout the pendency of MDL No. 3044.
Once the motion for admission pro hac vice is granted, counsel will be required to file a notice of appearance on the master docket and on any related individual case filed subsequent to the Court’s granting of the pro hac vice motion.
No party is required to obtain local counsel.
For questions from Plaintiffs’ counsel related to Exactech MDL policies and procedures, or assistance with pro hac vice applications, please contact Plaintiffs’ Liaison Counsel:
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