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COVID-19 BANKRUPTCY RELATED UPDATES - Court Hearings Procedures for Telephonic Appearances

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Effective March 31, 2020, the Middle District of Florida has updated its Telephonic Appearances Procedure, applicable in all Divisions. Parties appearing before the Court are urged to review the updated procedure. The following are important highlights:

If possible, parties appearing telephonically should use a landline rather than a cell phone. Parties shall not use cell phones while in public spaces or while driving or riding in an automobile. If a cell phone is used, parties shall ensure that they have a strong cellular phone system or use the Wi-Fi calling option on their phones.
Counsel shall not connect their clients to the telephonic hearing by "conference call." If the client wishes to listen in, the client must separately call into the hearing.

When not addressing the Court, parties shall place their calls on "mute".

When addressing the Court, parties shall not use the speaker phone or the "hands-free" feature of their phones.
If the Court cannot understand an attorney attending a hearing by telephone, the Court may, in its discretion, continue the hearing, request the attorney to file a written argument, or rule on the matter before it without consideration of the attorney's statements.

COVID-19 BANKRUPTCY RELATED UPDATES - Court Hearings Procedures for Telephonic Appearances

temp-post-image
Effective March 31, 2020, the Middle District of Florida has updated its Telephonic Appearances Procedure, applicable in all Divisions. Parties appearing before the Court are urged to review the updated procedure. The following are important highlights:

If possible, parties appearing telephonically should use a landline rather than a cell phone. Parties shall not use cell phones while in public spaces or while driving or riding in an automobile. If a cell phone is used, parties shall ensure that they have a strong cellular phone system or use the Wi-Fi calling option on their phones.
Counsel shall not connect their clients to the telephonic hearing by "conference call." If the client wishes to listen in, the client must separately call into the hearing.

When not addressing the Court, parties shall place their calls on "mute".

When addressing the Court, parties shall not use the speaker phone or the "hands-free" feature of their phones.
If the Court cannot understand an attorney attending a hearing by telephone, the Court may, in its discretion, continue the hearing, request the attorney to file a written argument, or rule on the matter before it without consideration of the attorney's statements.

COVID-19 BANKRUPTCY RELATED UPDATES - Court Hearings Procedures for Telephonic Appearances

temp-post-image
Effective March 31, 2020, the Middle District of Florida has updated its Telephonic Appearances Procedure, applicable in all Divisions. Parties appearing before the Court are urged to review the updated procedure. The following are important highlights:

If possible, parties appearing telephonically should use a landline rather than a cell phone. Parties shall not use cell phones while in public spaces or while driving or riding in an automobile. If a cell phone is used, parties shall ensure that they have a strong cellular phone system or use the Wi-Fi calling option on their phones.
Counsel shall not connect their clients to the telephonic hearing by "conference call." If the client wishes to listen in, the client must separately call into the hearing.

When not addressing the Court, parties shall place their calls on "mute".

When addressing the Court, parties shall not use the speaker phone or the "hands-free" feature of their phones.
If the Court cannot understand an attorney attending a hearing by telephone, the Court may, in its discretion, continue the hearing, request the attorney to file a written argument, or rule on the matter before it without consideration of the attorney's statements.

COVID-19 BANKRUPTCY RELATED UPDATES - Court Hearings Procedures for Telephonic Appearances

temp-post-image
Effective March 31, 2020, the Middle District of Florida has updated its Telephonic Appearances Procedure, applicable in all Divisions. Parties appearing before the Court are urged to review the updated procedure. The following are important highlights:

If possible, parties appearing telephonically should use a landline rather than a cell phone. Parties shall not use cell phones while in public spaces or while driving or riding in an automobile. If a cell phone is used, parties shall ensure that they have a strong cellular phone system or use the Wi-Fi calling option on their phones.
Counsel shall not connect their clients to the telephonic hearing by "conference call." If the client wishes to listen in, the client must separately call into the hearing.

When not addressing the Court, parties shall place their calls on "mute".

When addressing the Court, parties shall not use the speaker phone or the "hands-free" feature of their phones.
If the Court cannot understand an attorney attending a hearing by telephone, the Court may, in its discretion, continue the hearing, request the attorney to file a written argument, or rule on the matter before it without consideration of the attorney's statements.

COVID-19 BANKRUPTCY RELATED UPDATES - Court Hearings Procedures for Telephonic Appearances

temp-post-image
Effective March 31, 2020, the Middle District of Florida has updated its Telephonic Appearances Procedure, applicable in all Divisions. Parties appearing before the Court are urged to review the updated procedure. The following are important highlights:

If possible, parties appearing telephonically should use a landline rather than a cell phone. Parties shall not use cell phones while in public spaces or while driving or riding in an automobile. If a cell phone is used, parties shall ensure that they have a strong cellular phone system or use the Wi-Fi calling option on their phones.
Counsel shall not connect their clients to the telephonic hearing by "conference call." If the client wishes to listen in, the client must separately call into the hearing.

When not addressing the Court, parties shall place their calls on "mute".

When addressing the Court, parties shall not use the speaker phone or the "hands-free" feature of their phones.
If the Court cannot understand an attorney attending a hearing by telephone, the Court may, in its discretion, continue the hearing, request the attorney to file a written argument, or rule on the matter before it without consideration of the attorney's statements.

COVID-19 BANKRUPTCY RELATED UPDATES - Court Hearings Procedures for Telephonic Appearances

temp-post-image
Effective March 31, 2020, the Middle District of Florida has updated its Telephonic Appearances Procedure, applicable in all Divisions. Parties appearing before the Court are urged to review the updated procedure. The following are important highlights:

If possible, parties appearing telephonically should use a landline rather than a cell phone. Parties shall not use cell phones while in public spaces or while driving or riding in an automobile. If a cell phone is used, parties shall ensure that they have a strong cellular phone system or use the Wi-Fi calling option on their phones.
Counsel shall not connect their clients to the telephonic hearing by "conference call." If the client wishes to listen in, the client must separately call into the hearing.

When not addressing the Court, parties shall place their calls on "mute".

When addressing the Court, parties shall not use the speaker phone or the "hands-free" feature of their phones.
If the Court cannot understand an attorney attending a hearing by telephone, the Court may, in its discretion, continue the hearing, request the attorney to file a written argument, or rule on the matter before it without consideration of the attorney's statements.

COVID-19 BANKRUPTCY RELATED UPDATES - Court Hearings Procedures for Telephonic Appearances

temp-post-image
Effective March 31, 2020, the Middle District of Florida has updated its Telephonic Appearances Procedure, applicable in all Divisions. Parties appearing before the Court are urged to review the updated procedure. The following are important highlights:

If possible, parties appearing telephonically should use a landline rather than a cell phone. Parties shall not use cell phones while in public spaces or while driving or riding in an automobile. If a cell phone is used, parties shall ensure that they have a strong cellular phone system or use the Wi-Fi calling option on their phones.
Counsel shall not connect their clients to the telephonic hearing by "conference call." If the client wishes to listen in, the client must separately call into the hearing.

When not addressing the Court, parties shall place their calls on "mute".

When addressing the Court, parties shall not use the speaker phone or the "hands-free" feature of their phones.
If the Court cannot understand an attorney attending a hearing by telephone, the Court may, in its discretion, continue the hearing, request the attorney to file a written argument, or rule on the matter before it without consideration of the attorney's statements.

COVID-19 BANKRUPTCY RELATED UPDATES - Court Hearings Procedures for Telephonic Appearances

temp-post-image
Effective March 31, 2020, the Middle District of Florida has updated its Telephonic Appearances Procedure, applicable in all Divisions. Parties appearing before the Court are urged to review the updated procedure. The following are important highlights:

If possible, parties appearing telephonically should use a landline rather than a cell phone. Parties shall not use cell phones while in public spaces or while driving or riding in an automobile. If a cell phone is used, parties shall ensure that they have a strong cellular phone system or use the Wi-Fi calling option on their phones.
Counsel shall not connect their clients to the telephonic hearing by "conference call." If the client wishes to listen in, the client must separately call into the hearing.

When not addressing the Court, parties shall place their calls on "mute".

When addressing the Court, parties shall not use the speaker phone or the "hands-free" feature of their phones.
If the Court cannot understand an attorney attending a hearing by telephone, the Court may, in its discretion, continue the hearing, request the attorney to file a written argument, or rule on the matter before it without consideration of the attorney's statements.

COVID-19 BANKRUPTCY RELATED UPDATES - Court Hearings Procedures for Telephonic Appearances

temp-post-image
Effective March 31, 2020, the Middle District of Florida has updated its Telephonic Appearances Procedure, applicable in all Divisions. Parties appearing before the Court are urged to review the updated procedure. The following are important highlights:

If possible, parties appearing telephonically should use a landline rather than a cell phone. Parties shall not use cell phones while in public spaces or while driving or riding in an automobile. If a cell phone is used, parties shall ensure that they have a strong cellular phone system or use the Wi-Fi calling option on their phones.
Counsel shall not connect their clients to the telephonic hearing by "conference call." If the client wishes to listen in, the client must separately call into the hearing.

When not addressing the Court, parties shall place their calls on "mute".

When addressing the Court, parties shall not use the speaker phone or the "hands-free" feature of their phones.
If the Court cannot understand an attorney attending a hearing by telephone, the Court may, in its discretion, continue the hearing, request the attorney to file a written argument, or rule on the matter before it without consideration of the attorney's statements.

COVID-19 BANKRUPTCY RELATED UPDATES - Court Hearings Procedures for Telephonic Appearances

temp-post-image
Effective March 31, 2020, the Middle District of Florida has updated its Telephonic Appearances Procedure, applicable in all Divisions. Parties appearing before the Court are urged to review the updated procedure. The following are important highlights:

If possible, parties appearing telephonically should use a landline rather than a cell phone. Parties shall not use cell phones while in public spaces or while driving or riding in an automobile. If a cell phone is used, parties shall ensure that they have a strong cellular phone system or use the Wi-Fi calling option on their phones.
Counsel shall not connect their clients to the telephonic hearing by "conference call." If the client wishes to listen in, the client must separately call into the hearing.

When not addressing the Court, parties shall place their calls on "mute".

When addressing the Court, parties shall not use the speaker phone or the "hands-free" feature of their phones.
If the Court cannot understand an attorney attending a hearing by telephone, the Court may, in its discretion, continue the hearing, request the attorney to file a written argument, or rule on the matter before it without consideration of the attorney's statements.

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