Civil Action Order Admitting Attorney Pro Hac Vice Form. This is a New Jersey form and can be use in Civil Division Statewide.
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Form A Attorney Name Attorney Address Attorney Telephone Attorney for Plaintiff][Defendant] Plaintiff, v. SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY LAW/CHANCERY DIVISION COUNTY Docket No: Defendant. CIVIL ACTION ORDER ADMITTING ATTORNEY PRO HAC VICE This matter being opened to the court by and the attorney of record for a New Jersey attorney to permit attorney admitted to the practice of law in the State [Commonwealth] of , an , to participate with other counsel for ______________ in all phases of the trial, and it appearing that is a licensed attorney in good standing in the State [Commonwealth] of and it appearing that [state the reason for the pro hac vice request]: It is on this day of , 20 , ORDERED that ___________________ be and hereby is admitted pro hac vice and is authorized to appear and participate with other counsel for in all phases of the trial, subject to the following conditions: American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com 1. __________________________ shall abide by the New Jersey Court Rules including all disciplinary rules, R. 1:20-1 and R. 1:28-2. 2. _________________________ shall, and hereby does, consent to the appointment of the Clerk of the Supreme Court as his/her agent upon whom service of process may be made for all actions against that may arise out of his/her participation in the matter. 3. __________________________ shall immediately notify the court of any matter affecting his standing at the Bar of any other jurisdiction. 4. __________________________ shall have all pleadings, briefs and other papers filed with the court signed by an attorney of record authorized to practice in New Jersey, who shall be held responsible for them, the conduct of the litigation and the attorney admitted herein. 5. __________________________ cannot be designated as trial counsel. 6. No discovery, motion, trial or any other proceeding delay shall occur or be requested by reason of the inability of __________________________ to be in attendance. 7. __________________________ must, within ten (10) days, pay the fees required by R. 1:20-1(b) and R. 1:28-2 and submit an affidavit of compliance. 8. Pro hac vice admission will automatically terminate for failure to make the initial and any annual payment required by R. 1:20-1(b) and R. 1:28-2. 9. Non-compliance with any of the terms of this order shall constitute grounds for removal. 10. A copy of this order shall be served on all parties within seven (7) days of the date hereof. _______________________________ ,J.S.C. updated 3/8/2005 American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com