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Comments Needed for Kansas ICWA Pro Hac Vice Rule Exception

The Kansas Supreme Court is seeking comments on an amendment for to the pro hac vice rule to exempt out of state ICWA attorneys from fees and associating with local counsel. Deadline for comments is March 15, 2019. Rule is … Continue reading

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Michigan and Oregon Adopt Pro Hac Vice Court Rules for ICWA Cases

Edited to add that Nebraska deserves credit for codifying this back in 2015, which I knew and forgot until today when I was doing some research. The provision is at Neb. Rev. Stat. 43-1504(3), a citation which I have now memorized … Continue reading

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MI Supreme Court Administrative Hearing on ICWA Pro Hac Rule

Announcement here. All of the comments submitted on this rule were in support of it–I’m pretty sure I thanked everyone personally, but thank you again to everyone who did.

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Oregon Proposed Pro Hac Vice Waiver for Tribal ICWA Attorneys

Here is the proposed rule: {(9) An applicant is not required to associate with local counsel pursuant to subsection (1)(c) of this section or pay the fee established by subsection (6) of this section if the applicant establishes to the … Continue reading

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Proposed Court Rule in Michigan to Waive Pro Hac Fees and Other Limits for Out of State Tribal ICWA Attorneys

Here. In ICWA cases, the tribe has a right of intervention in whatever state court is hearing the case of the tribal child. While it is true that the “tribal representative” does not have to be attorneys, when they are attorneys, there … Continue reading

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