UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY
November 26, 2007
HARTFORD LIFE AND ACCIDENT INS. CO., DEFENDANT.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Esther Salas United States Magistrate Judge
This matter having been brought before the Court by Patricia A. Lauch, Esq., attorney for Defendant, on application for an Order allowing Brian P. Downey, Esq., to appear and participate pro hac vice; and the Court having considered the moving papers; and this matter being considered pursuant to FED.R.CIV.P. 78, and for good cause shown;
IT IS on this 26th day of November, 2007, ORDERED that Brian P. Downey, Esq., a member of the Bar of the State of Pennsylvania, be permitted to appear pro hac vice in the above-captioned matter pursuant to L.CIV.R. 101.1(c); and it is further ORDERED that, all pleadings, briefs, and other papers filed with the Court shall be signed by a member or associate of the law firm of Pepper Hamilton LLP, attorneys of record for Defendant, who is admitted to the Bar of this Court and shall be held responsible for said papers and for the conduct of the case and who will be held responsible for the conduct of the attorney admitted hereby; and it is further
ORDERED that Brian P. Downey, Esq., shall pay the annual fee to the New Jersey Lawyers' Fund for Client Protection in accordance with New Jersey Court Rule 1:28-2 within twenty (20) days from the date of the entry of this order; and it is further
ORDERED that Brian P. Downey, Esq., shall make payment of $150.00 to the Clerk of the United States District Court in accordance with L.CIV.R. 101.1(c)(3), as amended, within twenty (20) days from the date of the entry of this Order; and it is further
ORDERED that Brian P. Downey, Esq., shall be bound by the Rules of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, including, but not limited to the provisions of L.CIV.R. 103.1, Judicial Ethics and Professional Responsibility, and L.CIV.R. 104.1, Discipline of Attorneys; and it is further
ORDERED that Brian P. Downey, Esq., shall be deemed to have agreed to take no fee in any tort case in excess of the New Jersey State Court Contingency Fee Rule, Rule 1:21-7, as amended.
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