Virtual Hearings Access and Protocol Information
If you are interested in simply attending a Bankruptcy Court hearing conducted by video or telephonic conference call, locate the date and time of the hearing you wish to attend on the Court's Public Calendar and by email contact the Courtroom Deputy for the presiding Judge as provided below. You must include your name and telephone number, the case name, case number, and the date and time of the hearing. By submitting your request, you acknowledge that recording a telephonic or video hearing is strictly prohibited in accordance with Administrative Order 20-07.
Successful remote hearings require the cooperation of all participants. Failure to follow the Judges' Hearing Instructions could preclude your participation in a remote hearing or result in the imposition of sanctions.
ZoomGov Training and Resources
- Virtual Hearing Policy, May 2021
- Click here to register for ZoomGov Question and Answer Sessions
- Click here for ZoomGov Information and Best Practices
- ZoomGov Training for Bar (Materials)
- Issues Connecting During a Hearing? Click here for information
|JUDGE||INSTRUCTIONS||VIRTUAL HEARING ACCESS||CONTACT INFORMATION|
|Hon. Nancy V. Alquist||Joyce Yalley, Courtroom Deputy
|Hon. Thomas J. Catliota||Rita Hester, Courtroom Deputy
|Hon. Maria Ellena Chavez-Ruark||Jennifer Whitfield, Courtroom Deputy
|Hon. Michelle M. Harner||Anna Marie Komisarek, Courtroom Deputy
|Hon. David E. Rice||Cherita Scott, Courtroom Deputy
|Hon. Lori S. Simpson||Gloria Bellman, Courtroom Deputy