LR 11.2: Failure to Provide Notification of Change of Address

Every attorney and every party not represented by an attorney must include his or her contact information consisting of his or her address, e-mail address, and telephone number on the first paper that person files in a case. If there is a change in the contact information, that person promptly must file and serve a notice with the new contact information. The failure to file promptly current contact information may subject that person or party to appropriate sanctions, which may include dismissal, default judgment, and costs.

COMMENT: Notice should be filed with the Clerk and served on all parties.

July 1, 2009