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U.S. Bankruptcy Court
for the Southern District of New York
300 Quarropas Street
White Plains, New York 10601
Unless otherwise ordered, matters before Judge Drain shall be conducted in accordance with any Case Management Order entered in the case and, to the extent not inconsistent, the following practices:
J. Caleb Boggs Federal Building
844 N. King Street
Wilmington, DE 19801-3555
One Bowling Green
New York, NY 10004-1408
Chambers: (212) 668-5637
Courtroom Deputy: Liza Ebanks
Law Clerk: Christine Azzaro
Law Clerk: Kelly Porcelli
Orders submitted by email should be sent to [email protected]
Unless otherwise ordered, matters before Judge Lane shall be conducted in accordance with any Case Management Order entered in the case and, to the extent not inconsistent, the following practices:
Abraham Landis worked in Millville as a country physician. When Kenesaw was eight, the elder Landis moved his family to Delphi, Indiana and subsequently to Logansport, Indiana where the doctor purchased and ran several local farms—his war injury had caused him to scale back his medical practice.  Two of Kenesaw''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s four brothers, Charles Beary Landis and Frederick Landis , became members of Congress. 
The Judge was always headline news. He was a great showman, theatrical in appearance, with his sharp jaw and shock of white hair, and people always crowded into his courtroom, knowing there would be something going on. There were few dull moments. 
Each dispositive motion, response, reply, and appendix thereto; sealed document; and any other document exceeding twenty-five (25) pages must additionally be submitted in paper to Judge O''''''''''''''''Connor''''''''''''''''s chambers. Any judge’s copy in excess of twenty-five (25) pages must be submitted in a three-ring binder, with any exhibits or attachments appropriately tabbed.
All motions require a proposed order that must be emailed to O''''''''''''''''[email protected] and must be in a WordPerfect or Word format (not PDF). The subject line of the email must include the case number and the document number of the referenced motion.
The faulty Fourth Circuit decision issued last week upholding Maryland’s Scary Gun Ban runs afoul of good jurisprudence. The ruling found that Second Amendment protections don’t extend to individuals who wish to own certain semi-automatic rifles like the AR-15, calling them, “weapons that are most useful in military service.” However, a document sent to me yesterday offers hope of correcting that in the form of a proposed executive order to be issued by President Trump.
Virginia attorney Lenden Eakin sent me the text of the proposed order and gave permission to share it. I’d like run it past the Armed Intelligentsia here at TTAG to get your take.
A motion is the paper you must file to ask a judge to make a ruling or take some other action. A motion is the first step in the three-step process called motion practice , which is controlled by Civil Rule 77 .
Motion practice is the three-step process to ask the judge to order something in the case. First, the moving party, i.e. the person who is asking for a court order, files a motion, asking the court to order something specific. Second, the other party files a response or opposition. Third, the moving party can reply to the opposition.
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