Local Civil Rule 4.2 STATUS CONFERENCE; NONCOMPLIANCE HEARING (a) Scope. This rule shall apply to all cases governed by a Case Schedule pursuant to LR 4. (b) Non-Compliance Hearing. If a party fails to appear for a required Status Conference as set by the Case Schedule, the Court shall issue an order to show cause addressing a non-compliance hearing to be held before the Judge, Commissioner or Special Master. At that hearing the Court may enter an order of default against the party that failed to appear, may order the Case Schedule to be met by specific dates, continue the hearing, dismiss the case, impose terms or sanctions, or take other action to enforce the court rules regarding the Case Schedule. Attendance at the compliance hearing is mandatory for every party that failed to appear at the Status Conference. Attendance at the compliance hearing is mandatory for every party that failed to appear at the Status Conference. [Adopted Effective September 1, 2000, September 1, 2009, September 1, 2011, September 1, 2012, September 1, 2013]
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