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Nebraska Supreme Court Updates Rules,
Fees For Pro Hac Vice Admission

   The Nebraska Supreme Court adopted a rule amendment regarding pro hac vice admission for attorneys practicing in the state.

   On June 26, the court adopted the changes to Nebraska Supreme Court Rules Sect. 3-122 that requires a separate motion from associated counsel licensed in Nebraska for reach case where an outside attorney requests pro hac vice admission. One motion is allowed for cases consolidated by order of the court.

   The amendment states that a $250 fee is owed for each case the attorney is appearing or making any filing. One fee applies when multiple cases have been consolidated by court order. However, no refund is allowed for multiple cases that are subsequently consolidated by court order.

   An underlined copy of the amended section is available at tinyurl.com/y44jf23a.

– Scott Stewart

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