Emergency Suspension of Deadlines in Legal, Administrative
and Regulatory Proceedings (9/5/08)
USDC EDLA Attorneys to E-File
USJP on Multidistrict Litigation
"Going Green" Rule Changes (posted 12/4/08; efffective 1/1/09)
If you represent a plaintiff in a lawsuit alleging exposure to lead before Feb. 17, 2001 at HANO public housing, your client might qualify for a payment from a $65 million class action settlement fund. Go to www.HANOleadsettlements.com for more information.
Family Law Forms
ORDER – DRESS CODE
By emergency order and due to the after effects of Hurricane Gustav, the provisions of Rules 6.1(b) and any other provisions of the Uniform Rules for District Courts relative to required dress code are hereby suspended for those appearing in or before the Nineteenth Judicial District Court. This suspension is in effect until October 1, 2008, and its application includes attorneys, who as officers of the court are required under usual circumstances to help to maintain the dignity of the Court. The Court recognizes the hardships this situation has caused for our citizens; however neat, general attire will be required.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, this 8th day of September, 2008
Chief Judge Todd Hernandez