Local Rule 1001-2 Local Rules - Standing Orders and Electronic Protocols (2014)

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(a) Issuance and Availability of Standing Orders. The court may issue standing orders to govern practice and procedure before this court that supplement these Local Rules with the approval of the Chief Judge of the District Court. All individuals entering an appearance before this court should be familiar with the standing orders. Copies of all current standing orders should be maintained by the clerk, and made available to the public for inspection and copying from the courts website, www.utb.uscourts.gov, and from the clerks office.

(b) Publication of Standing Orders. When a new standing order is issued, the clerk should post the standing order on the courts website, www.utb.uscourts.gov, and outside the clerk's office for at least 3 months. The clerk should also submit the standing order to the Utah Bar Journal for publication immediately after the standing order or amendment is issued.

(c) Electronic Filing Protocols. The court may from time to time post usage protocols related to electronic filing to assist Filing Users. The courts posted usage protocols do not have the effect of standing orders. All Filing Users should be familiar with the electronic filing protocols. Copies of all current electronic filing protocols should be maintained by the clerk, and made available to the public for inspection and copying from the courts website, www.utb.uscourts.gov, and from the clerks office.