Taylor v. C6 Disposal Systems, Inc.

Western District of Texas, txwd-5:2019-cv-00347

Pro Hac Vice Letter (Austin W. Anderson) as to Charles Taylor.

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT JEANNETTE J. CLACK WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS PHILIP J. DEVLIN CHIEF DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT 727 East Cesar E. Chavez Blvd., Suite A500 San Antonio, Texas 78206 June 20, 2019 Austin W. Anderson Anderson Patterson, PLLC 819 N. Upper Broadway Corpus Christi, Texas 78401 RE: Civil Case No. SA-1 9-CV-00347-ESC Charles Taylor, et.aI. vs. C6 Disposal Systems, Inc. Dear Counsel: Our records indicate you are not admitted to practice in this Court. The Western District of Texas Local Court Rule AT-1(f)(1) states: In General: An attorney who is licensed by the highest court of a state or another federal district court, but who is not admitted to practice before this court, may represent a party in this court pro hac vice only by permission of the judge presiding. Unless excused by the judge presiding, an attorney is ordinarily required to apply for admission to the bar of this court. If you are representing a party, please submit a Motion requesting the Court's permission to appear in the above captioned case. If you wish to file an application to be admitted in the Western District of Texas, the application forms and the Local Rules for the Western District of Texas are available on our website www.txwd.uscourts.ov. If you are an attorney who maintains his or her office outside the Western District of Texas, the Judge may require you to designate local counsel. (Local Rule AT-2). If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact our office. Sincerely, JEANNETTE J. CLACK, CLERK aynGarcia, Deputy CIk cc: all counsel