(b) Pro Hac Vice Admissions

Any attorney who is a member in good standing of the bar of any court of the United States or of the highest court of any state may appear and practice before this court in that action at the court's discretion and on motion by a member of the bar of this court who is actively associated with him or her in a particular action.  The court may at any time revoke such permission for good cause without a hearing.  An attorney so permitted to practice before this court in a particular action shall at all times remain associated  in the action with a member of the bar of this court upon whom all process, notices, and other papers shall be served, who shall sign all filings submitted to the court and whose attendance is required at all proceedings, unless excused by the court.

An attorney for the United States who is not eligible for admission under subsection (a) of this rule may apply for admission under this subsection.

(1) Supporting Affidavit

An affidavit from the attorney seeking admission pro hac vice shall be attached to the motion for admission.  The affidavit must include:

(A) the attorney's office address and telephone number;

(B) a listing of court(s) to which the attorney has been admitted to practice and the year(s) of admission;

(C) a statement that the attorney is in good standing and eligible to practice in the court(s);

(D) a statement that the attorney is not currently suspended or disbarred in any jurisdiction;

(E) a statement describing the nature and status of any (1) previously imposed or pending disciplinary matters involving the attorney, and (2) prior felony or misdemeanor criminal convictions; and

(F) a statement disclosing and explaining any prior denials or revocations of pro hac vice status in any court.

(2) Fee for Admission

A motion for admission pro hac vice must be accompanied by a fee as published on the court's website.  The court will not refund the fee if the motion is denied.