August 28, 2008
A Little Short on Judges in Riverside
RE: RIVERSIDE DIVISION CASES ASSIGNMENTS TO LOS ANGELES DIVISION JUDGES RIVERSIDE DIVISION COURTROOM CHANGES
Effective September 1, 2008, a portion of newly filed Riverside Division bankruptcy cases will be assigned to Judges Bluebond, Donovan and Neiter of the Los Angeles Division.
Most hearings on Riverside Division cases assigned to the Los Angeles judges will be held by video conference. Parties appearing before Judge Bluebond and Judge Donovan are to appear at Riverside Division Courtroom 303, and parties for hearings before Judge Neiter are to appear at Riverside Division Courtroom 301.
Papers filed on Riverside Division cases assigned to the Los Angeles Division judges shall be filed either electronically or, for non-registered ECF users, at the Intake area of the Riverside Division. Chambers and courtesy copies of papers filed for these cases shall be delivered to the Intake area of the Riverside Division.
Note: Riverside has had four judges for a long time but two basically retired at the same time and no one has volunteered to move to Riverside.
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