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07-1251 - Ara v. Khan et al

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07-1251 - Ara v. Khan et al
June 14, 2007
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER granting 18 Motion to Intervene -- For the reasons set forth in the attached memorandum and order, I grant the government's motion for leave to intervene and order all proceedings in this case stayed pending the conclusion of the government's criminal investigation of the defendants and of any resulting criminal prosecution. SEE ATTACHED DOCUMENT. Ordered by Judge James Orenstein on 06/14/07. (Kelbley, Shane)
March 5, 2008
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ORDER denying without prejudice 32 Motion for Leave to Appear pro hac vice. A motion to admit an attorney pro hac vice, like any other application for relief in this court, may only be made by an attorney who is himself already admitted, either as a member of the bar of this court or on a pro hac vice basis. See Loc. Civ. R. 1.5(b)(6); Erbacci, Cerone, and Moriarty, Ltd. v. United States, 923 F. Supp. 482, 486 (S.D.N.Y. 1996). As a result, an attorney who needs to gain admission pro hac vice must necessarily seek the assistance of a current member of the bar to make the required motion. For that reason, I deny the instant application without prejudice to renewal by a properly admitted attorney. Ordered by Magistrate Judge James Orenstein on March 5, 2008. (Orenstein, James)