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In Re: Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler

December 9, 2011

IN RE: ROTHSTEIN ROSENFELDT ADLER, P.A., DEBTOR.


ORDER AMENDING AUTHORIZATION FOR COUNSEL PARTICIPATING IN THE DEPOSITION OF SCOTT ROTHSTEIN TO BRING ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

INTO THE JAMES L. KING FEDERAL JUSTICE BUILDING THIS CAUSE is before the Court upon a review of its prior order and the telephone request of Mark Nurik, Esq. to Bring Electronic Equipment into the James L. King Federal Justice Building for the deposition of Scott Rothstein. The Court having carefully considered the matter, and being advised that the relief sought is unopposed by the United States Attorney's Office, it is hereby

ORDERED AND ADJUDGED as follows:

1. The Authorization for Counsel Participating in the Deposition of Scott Rothstein to Bring Electronic Equipment into the James L. King Federal Justice Building is amended to authorize Mark Nurik to bring in a laptop and/or tablet into the James L. King Federal Justice Building in connection with attending the deposition of Scott W. Rothstein from Monday, December 12, 2011, through and including Friday, December 23, 2011;

2. Consistent with the prior orders of this Court ruling that the deposition will not be videotaped, all counsel permitted to attend the deposition are under a continuing obligation not to utilize any camera feature on the permitted electronic devices during any part of the deposition.

Copies provided to: Counsel of record on CM/ECF U.S. Marshal's Service

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