In Re: Attorney Christian De Olivas
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|November 16, 2009
ORDER Following Hearing: On 11/10/2009, the Court held a hearing. At the hearing, Mr. De Olivas affirmed that he never received notice of the 10/14/2009 telephonic case management conference. The Court accepts Mr. De Olivas' representations and declines to impose sanctions for his failure to attend the 10/14/2009 status hearing. However, because Mr. De Olivas acknowledged continuing problems with his electronic communication systems, the Court orders Mr. De Olivas to investigate the reasons behind this and to file a declaration on or before 11/17/2009 detailing his investigation and the actions he has taken to ensure that future electronic correspondence will be received. With respect to compliance with the settlement agreement, the Co urt orders Mr. De Olivas to obtain all the available information from the MCLE class provider regarding the CLE classes he completed, including the start and completion times for each course, and to file a declaration explaining and attaching the res ults on or before 11/17/2009. The Discipline Committee may file a response on or before 12/1/2009. Mr. De Olivas may file a reply to the Discipline Committee's response on or before 12/8/2009. A hearing will be held on 12/14/2009 at 02:00 PM bef ore Magistrate Judge Barbara Lynn Major in Courtroom H. Mr. De Olivas and counsel for the Discipline Committee must appear in person. Signed by Magistrate Judge Barbara Lynn Major on 11/16/2009. (All non-registered users served via U.S. Mail Service.) (mdc) (jrl).
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