Practices & Procedures
I. Proposed Orders:
In addition to attaching a copy of the order to the motion, a copy of all proposed orders must be directly e-mailed to chambers at the following address: email@example.com. Proposed orders e-mailed to chambers must be editable and submitted in either WordPerfect or Word format.
II. Courtesy Copies:
Courtesy electronic copies are required for dispositive motions (along with associated memoranda and exhibits) and for administrative records. At the time of filing, these copies should be submitted to chambers on a disk, in a searchable format.
III. Pronouns and Honorifics:
Litigants and lawyers may indicate their pronouns (e.g., she/her, he/him, they/their) and honorifics (e.g., Mr., Ms., Mx., Dr.) by emailing Judge Oberg’s chambers, filing a request on the case docket, adding the information in the name block or signature line of the pleadings, or verbally informing the court when making an appearance.
For further information see CM/ECF Administrative Procedures II. G