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Form 8 Entry Of Appearance {8}

This is a Official Federal Forms form that can be used for US COA For The Federal Circuit within Circuit Court Of Appeals.

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FORM 8. Entry of Appearance Form 8 Rev. 03/16 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT v. No. ENTRY OF APPEARANCE (INSTRUCTIONS: Counsel should refer to Federal Circuit Rule 47.3. Counsel must immediately file an updated Entry of Appearance if representation changes, including a change in contact information. Electronic filers must also report a change in contact information to the PACER Service Center. Pro se petitioners and appellants should read paragraphs 1 and 18 of the Guide for Pro Se Petitioners and Appellants. File this form with the clerk within 14 days of the date of docketing and serve a copy of it on the principal attorney for each party.) Please enter my appearance (select one): As counsel for: Pro Se I am, or the party I represent is (select one): Petitioner Respondent Appellant Appellee Name of party Amicus curiae Intervenor Cross Appellant As amicus curiae or intervenor, this party supports (select one): Petitioner or appellant Respondent or appellee Name: Law Firm: Address: City, State and Zip: Telephone: Fax #: E-mail address: Statement to be completed by counsel only (select one): I am the principal attorney for this party in this case and will accept all service for the party. I agree to inform all other counsel in this case of the matters served upon me. as the principal attorney who will/will not remain on I am replacing the case. [Government attorneys only.] I am not the principal attorney for this party in this case. Date admitted to Federal Circuit bar (counsel only): This is my first appearance before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (counsel only): Yes No A courtroom accessible to the handicapped is required if oral argument is scheduled. Date Signature of pro se or counsel cc: American LegalNet, Inc.

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